Episode 63 : Help with Your Life Story
The help for your Life Story projectDepending on what your project is and what you intend to create will determine any help you’ll need.
If the project is about yourself you may be self motivated enough to record your stories, edit them and have them in a final form for everyone without any help or if you’re going to record someone else you may know the topics you want to talk about, feel confident to have a conversation, then move onto the editing and publishing without any outside help.
If this is the case you need read no further however not everyone can do everything and sometimes we need a little assistance.
Maybe you need someone’s help for various reasons.
- Take on the whole project from preparation to publishing.
- Record a relative for you, as you’re too close.
- You know what to talk about but you want a conversational partner.
- Help with the technology once it’s recorded.
- Transcribe the audio for use in publishing a book.
- Edit the audio into something listenable.
- Edit images with music and stories to create a digital story.
The important thing is to get started on your project then move methodically through to completion and having help at strategic points will enable your Life Story project to avoid the stagnating that can bring on despair and possibly missing the opportunities you have. Handballing parts of the project means you’ll keep focused and have someone the help you keep moving forward.
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