How do we truly engage an audience? Is there a secret? This blog is all about the key to really connecting with your audience, in a way that makes them want to stop and listen to you, and go away remembering you for all the right reasons!
The urge to put yourself out there can be a powerful one – but it can be a blessing and a curse, because when you do, you want to be the best you can be. You want to demonstrate your real talent, and capture your audience so they come away having experienced something truly special. This can be hard to do sometimes, in fact the more important the audience, the more difficult it can be.
💫 Do you know you have the talent, the voice, but somehow the harder you try to show it, the further away it seems to get, and the more frustrated you feel?
💫 Does it feels like you have tried everything to be the truly amazing artist you just know you can be, and yet somehow your real ability to perform seems to be just out of reach?
💫 Do you want the real you to shine through, but something always seems to get in the way?
……then I can show you a way to unlock your potential, find your true voice, and really captivate your audience.
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Being a better performer…
If I were to be asked the most impactful change I have made to my performing in recent years, it would have to be the technique I set out in this Lifting the SMOG workbook.
This simple technique has helped make me happier, way more productive, and more assured as a performer than I thought possible – and it has the same effect for my clients.
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“I have learned so much from you and feel very grateful. It has helped me in ways that I did not think possible.”
– Rachel Young
How to Create a Really Compelling Presentation….
Not all performances are theatrical or musical, and being effective when giving business presentations is becoming increasingly important, especially in this age of social media and facebook lives. It is a powerful thing to be able to get your message across with ease and comfort.
There are hundreds of tips and tricks out there for how to deal with nerves, or get people listening when public speaking, but the real key is knowing what to focus on and what will engage your audiences attention. Understanding what is is you want to achieve and how to achieve it.
This workshop will teach you just that, how to create a really compelling presentation. Combining my experience as a barrister with the work I do with performers I show you the real art of presentation.
Whether you are an introvert who finds the whole thing daunting, an extrovert who wants to stop self-sabotaging, or somewhere in between, this workshop is designed to make the whole process calmer and more rewarding for both you and your audience.
find your true voice
What is the best way to learn, neurobiologically speaking? How can we make the most of research into neuroplasticity in order to improve our performances? In this blog I cover the best thing to do to improve what you do.
Jonas Kaufmann is one of the most famous and successful tenors of recent years. He has a versatile and beautiful voice and is one of the hottest properties of the opera world at the moment. But he was not without his struggles, and his struggles and how he came through them could be really interesting […]