The first time you raise your phone to go live in public, you won't be able to help but notice the strangers around you and think about what they are going to do when you start talking to your phone.
Well, more and more, people are getting accustomed to seeing other people go live.
Still, it's not easy to do the first couple of hundred of times you try to go live with other people around you. I get it.
But you just have to do it and not worry about what other people think about what you are doing.
In fact, I've gotten into some interesting conversations with strangers who comment on or inquire as to what I'm going when I go live.
You can either bring these people in (which I usually do) by telling them what I do, why I do what I do, and the like.
Or, you can be snide and say 'Yeah, I'm just broadcasting to about a million people.' and then walk away.
I've done both. But I've only done the last one a couple of times, and that's when the inquiry comes about in a rude fashion. And it has.
Here are my thoughts in today's podcast:
What are your thoughts? Do you have fears of going live when other people might watch and/or listen?