What would it feel like to nail your next audition?
Procrastination is the enemy in so many performer’s lives, buy procrastination is nothing more than a fear of failure, and you know it’s your roadblock to success.
What have you been putting off doing that you know will help you achieve that? You know what you have to do to succeed, but somehow you are always putting it off until the last minute, deadline surfing.
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I’ve talked to you about the most effective way to observe yourself as a singer and how to talk to yourself in the most effective way.
In this third and final blog in this series, I’m going to talk about the vulnerability cycle.
Moving from the place where how you treat yourself can make your nerves worse, to a place where how you treat yourself actually helps you reduce your nerves, sing with more joy and improve the way you sing too!
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In this final video I will be teaching you how to use your current reaction to help you create a new and different response to making a mistake. One that puts you as a wise, kind friend, capable of getting the best out of yourself and avoiding future mistakes.
more “Dealing with Mistakes in Performing – Video 4”
This is the third video in this series. In this video I will be helping put different perspective on how you react so you can understand it more and start to change it to a more effective response.
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When you make a mistake, what do you do? Often how we react when we are performing is also how we react in life, and do you know how that is for you?
Understanding how you react when you make a mistake can be the first step in the road to changing how you feel when you make mistakes and actually reducing the number of mistakes you make…..
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As an introvert I have struggled for years with making eye contact with people. As a performer this made things really hard because finding it hard to look people in the eye made the audience feel even more daunting. If you are avoiding looking at people, how can you focus on connecting with them? In this video I tell you a way to experiment with eye contact that might help you.
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Do you trust yourself as a performer? Do you trust that you will be good enough? Does it matter if you don’t?
Lack of trust in ourselves as performers can be behind a lot of the things that trip us up and get in the way of us performing the way we know we can. It’s that age old truth that the more we don’t trust we will remember the words, the more likely it is we will forget them.
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When you want to achieve something, do you feel you need to be stern with yourself? How do you talk to yourself about your singing and your mistakes?
Do you treat yourself with respect?
Do you feel you are a responsible adult or do you feel more like a incompetent or naughty child? Do you feel that to get things done you have to use a firmer tone?
In this video I talk about the pits you can fall into when you talk to yourself, why you can fall into them and what to do to climb out.
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What is the best way to improve your singing? How can you make improvements without ending up feeling hopeless and frustrated.
Over the next 3 weeks I’m going to be sharing with you tips from The Fearless Performer, my online programme, that will help you get the most from your singing. This week I’m looking at Non-judgmental observation as a tool for achieving improvement in your singing.
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