Episode 37: EXTRA Ordinary

“If Art is made by ordinary people, then you’d have to allow that the ideal artist would have to be an ordinary person too, with the whole usual mixed bag of traits that real human beings possess.” Art & Fear – The Perils (and rewards) of Artmaking By David Bayles

Episode 36: The Silent Treament

Are you serious? You are going to ignore me? Not even respond to my calls or e-mails? We rehearsed for 6 months and only had 1 gig and you are just going to walk away, no explanation? I thought we were friends. I trusted you. How could you do this to the group, we all worked so hard!

Episode 34: In Your Face

So you rehearsed your material, you know where to stand, you know your moves. What about your face?

Episode 33: How To Be Yourself On Stage

https://audio.simplecast.com/b1aed2a4.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSI’ve said it before, when you step on stage your persona allows you to be the truest version of yourself. That’s a pretty scary thought sometimes. So how do you pick what to let out? Building your stage persona will take time and reflection. You can start by emulating those you look up to. Observe who they are on stage and […]

Episode 32: What’s Your Name?

https://audio.simplecast.com/e0112e46.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSHaving a stage name makes it easy for being to connect with you after the show, it helps people find you. Using your real name could help people find you also…but in more of a creepy, stalker sort of way. A stage name is similar to a pen name for an author. It is your brand and how people will be […]

Episode 31: Share Your Dreams

https://audio.simplecast.com/c4d6a67b.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSOne of the things you learn as a coach is the best methods of helping people hold themselves accountable while pursuing their passion. It is so easy to give up if no one knows what you are doing Sharing your Dreams with the people that are closest with you will help hold you accountable simply because they will ask about it. […]