Episode 25: Number Three

There are 3 things that every performer wants to happen when they step on stage.

As we go through number one and number two, keep in mind number three by far the most important. Anyone that can be successful with number three will be successful. One and Two will happen without fail as long as you are able to master number three.

For more information or coaching – email me at Reggie@beingonstage.com

REMEMBER – go to www.beingonstage.com to register to receive your free copy of my e-book – Confidence On Stage: Navigating the 3 Levels of Stage Fright.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Beingonthestage/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BeingonStage

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beingonstage/

Episode 24: Know your worth / When to Say NO

Have you ever been approached for a booking or gig that just did not feel right? Maybe it was the low-ball pay; maybe it was how you were approached. Knowing what your worth will help when deciding it’s time to say no.

When I was approached for a booking that was posted publicly like a sales ad, I knew I could not be a part of that show. There was no vision, no direction just an open call for first-come, first-served. When it is done in this way the entertainers can feel devalued and as entertainers, we need to feel special.

For more information or coaching – email me at Reggie@beingonstage.com

REMEMBER – go to www.beingonstage.com to register to receive your free copy of my e-book – Confidence On Stage: Navigating the 3 Levels of Stage Fright.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Beingonthestage/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BeingonStage

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beingonstage/

Episode 23: You are More than a Performer

It is perfectly normal to have a job and still be a performer. Its ok to have a job and go after your passion at the same time. We all have to balance work, rehearsal, family, performances and life events.

Too many performers neglect other parts of thei life to pursue their passions. While I 100% support you going for your passion, you are also allowed to have family time, you are allowed to have a job, you are allowed to have a LIFE off stage. You do not have to be “ON” all the time. Yes-you have to put in work; Yes-you have to push yourself, but you are also a mother, father, spouse, daughter, son, friend, neighbor, grandchild, grandparent, and you are still you. It is ok to take time for your family and for yourself. Don’t neglect your dreams, but also don’t neglect your life.

For more information or coaching – email me at Reggie@beingonstage.com

REMEMBER – go to www.beingonstage.com to register to receive your free copy of my e-book – Confidence On Stage: Navigating the 3 Levels of Stage Fright.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Beingonthestage/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BeingonStage

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beingonstage/

Episode 22: Putting All Your Eggs in One Basket

Focusing on your dreams is one of the most important decisions you will make. It is truly life-altering. So what about the wife and kids? What about all the financial responsibilities lying over there on the counter in the form of BILLS?

Its ok to need a job. Keeping a steady income does not mean you are giving up on your life’s dream. Its ok to do (and sometimes enjoy) both. You may even fin your performance skills useful in other environments at work.

Never give up on the dream but don’t run from responsibility.

For more information or coaching – email me at Reggie@beingonstage.com

REMEMBER – go to www.beingonstage.com to register to receive your free copy of my e-book – Confidence On Stage: Navigating the 3 Levels of Stage Fright.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Beingonthestage/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BeingonStage

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beingonstage/