The goal of my video was to calm someone down and make them feel relaxed, as well as leave the viewer feeling motivated and confident by the end. To achieve this goal I decided to include a relaxing ocean scene, with calming noises of the waves and chirping birds in the background. Before this scene, I appear on camera talking directly to the viewer. This is to make the viewer feel more comfortable with me and my voiceover later in the video. I start the scene by explaining what the purpose of the video is and prompting the viewer to follow my lead to achieve the goal of calming nerves. I try to use elements of comedy in the scenes that I appear in. Including falling back into the bean bag and a wardrobe change in the final scene. I did this because comedy and laughter are great ways to make someone feel relaxed and at ease. The first scene transitions into a view of a tropical beach, and I use voiceover to help guide the viewer in their relaxation. Telling them to imagine what it would feel like to be at the scene on screen. Because I previously asked the viewer to keep their eyes closed, I lead them in a breathing exercise with another voice-over. After this, I left a few seconds of just the sounds of the ocean to further the relaxed feel. Finally, the video ends with me again as I wrap everything up. The final message I leave the viewer with is one of encouragement and confidence. I wanted to end “psyching” the viewer up and building their confidence. Overall, the video works to combine the feelings of being calm and psyched up to leave the viewer feeling focused and ready for an interview.