Episode 14: Conversation with my Audience

Today I simply want to have a conversation, no specific topic but a focus on what this podcast is, who I am, and what I am bringing to you after my book release on Thursday.

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Episode 13: What is Stage Presence

Stage Presence as defined by Google is the ability to command the attention of a theater audience by the impressiveness of one’s manner or appearance. Doesn’t that mean our manner (or performance) must impress the audience? How can you be impressive?

Something as simple as confidence is impressive. Confidence in all you do on stage. If your performance is lacking the impressiveness it is also lacking connection and confidence. You can improve this by following my 3 rules I share in this episode:

1. Don’t be afraid to look foolish, in fact the more foolish you feel the better you actually look as long as you have confidence.

2. If people laugh, let them laugh. They will amount to nothing more than what they already are.

3. Let the ridicule and adversity be your fuel. Strive to perform at such a level that anyone naysayers will look foolish for questioning your talent.

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Episode 12: You Call That a Stage?

There are a lot of different types and sizes of stages. This episode discusses techniques to help in adapting to each one.

Every stage has its quirks and the more you perform on any given stage, the more you get to know its quirks – where the light hits perfectly, where that weird soft spot is, where the rough patch is that tears up your jeans when you knee slide. Unfortunately, we don’t all perform on the same stage over and over so I have only one tip to provide to help you adapt to evey single stage you will ever find yourself performing on.

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Lessons from Justin Timberlake’s Superbowl Halftime Show

Watch along with me as I share my reactions to he Halftime show featuring Justin Timberlake. Forget all you have heard about it and just look at the art, watch the actual presentation and performance.

This episode discusses some key takeaways from the halftime show by Justin Timberlake. There are many concepts he shows you and I share some insight on how you can use his techniques and showmanship practices take your performance to the next level.
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Episode 11: Saying Thank You

Expressing gratitude is sign of respect, humility, and professionalism that even some celebrities have yet to display. There are a lot of people that make it possible for you to be on that stage and they deserve your gratitude.

Starting with your audience. Without them you would not have a stage to stand on. They are your primary people to show your thanks. Doing something as simple as saying thank you will go further with your audience than anything you do on stage. It is also important to thank the individuals that made it possible for you to perform; the booking agent, the owner of the venue, the promoter. Finally other people working and/or entertaining in the same show. That includes the bartenders, DJ, other entertainers. So many people are deserving of your thanks and giving it to them will make them respect you and be more apt to support your career in the future.

With that I also thank you for listening and subscribing to the Being On Stage Podcast.

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