Episode 30: The Three Gates of Performing

Every performer has to go through these 3 gates in order to “make it.”
Are you Good Enough?
Do You Want it?
Are you tough enough to get it?

  • Are you good enough?

    How easy would it be to just say no and give up? Pretty easy right? But you can fix that no, you can work your tail off to get better, to grow as an artist.

  • Do You want it?

    Prove it! What have you done to show you want it?

  • Are you tough enough to get it?

    You can be. You can keep going until you get to that YES! To that stage of your dreams. Iit takes the hard work (gate 1), passion (gate 2), and tenacity.

Lets do this!

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Episode 29: Why the Hesitation?

There are little moments when we are on stage that our mind begins to question what our body is doing. In these moments we have a choice to make. Do we play it safe, or go big?

Did you hesitate?

We have to go big, we have to push through that moment of weakness and do the things we are feeling. That is what makes us strong performers, the ability to leave it all on the stage. Hesitation will create disappointment. You should never leave the stage knowing there was more you can do. Keep your mind right, and just go with your gut, do the things that scare you.

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Episode 28: The Big D

t’s not what you think I swear.

You can’t stop it but you can certain avoid it. Drama does NOT have to rule your life or your career. Often times we are affected by drama due to some selfish or self-righteous (or both) individual that feels the need to make every situation about them. Drama Queens make a HUGE deal out of the smallest issue and they keep stirring that pot until everyone they associate with is involved in problems they have no business being involved with. Drama Sucks! Don’t let it suck you in.

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Episode 27: Dealing with a Copycat

Have you ever felt like another entertainer was stealing your ideas? All your hard word and the creative process and then ‘POOF’ someone just takes your idea or copies what you do. Who do they think they are? Maybe not who you think…

There is an old saying “Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery.” Many times when we feel like someone is copying us, they are actually inspired by us. Take that thought for a spin. We have inspired them and given them something to strive for. Before you attack these supposed Copycats – stop, take a moment and think about why they are mimicking your style. Is there a slight chance that they are using your performance as a based for what they strive to do? Perhaps we should engage them rather than attach them. Let’s check the ego on this one. I have been on the bad side of an ego-trip and trust me, it destroys dreams and crushes a novice performers hopes of learning from you and modeling you.

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Episode 26: Just Be Nice

There are going to b many times when you e working with other entertainers. Maybe you are in the same show, maybe you are collaboration, maybe its a competition. No matter what it is, there are behaviors that are respectful and behaviors that should never happen.

Professional courtesy is easy to master if you live by the golden rule: Treat others how you would like to be treated, but we don’t always do that. This episode Reggie talks about the little things you can do to make sure you are respectful and respectED as an entertainer. If you want the short version: Just be nice.

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