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Reflecting on Your Performance

Every performance is an experience to learn from.

When we are on stage we are on a sort of high, it happens fast and often times we can’t recall every moment. So how do we use our shows as a tool to improve? Not something we are usually thinking immediately after a great show. Of course, when we are feeling like we had a mediocre or terrible show we immediately know what we would do differently. But, we often forget to think about learning from our great ones. Truth be told, we need to think about each performance in the same way if we are really going to grow. There are simple questions you can think about and really get down to where you could be better. Give yourself credit for the good moments, look for opportunities in the not-so-good moments, and look for something special about yourself. It will help to record your performances so you can go back and watch. The method in this episode will help you to improve and improvement is always necessary to move forward and grow.

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Show Up For Your Audience

Get on Stage with the intention of entertaining

Sometimes it can be hard to do but that is a huge part of calling yourself a performer. We have to show up for our audience and give them the performance that they showed up to see. Every performer needs a way to focus their mind before getting on stage, allowing them to separate whatever is happening in life from what they are doing on stage. Your job as a performer is to entertain and you cannot do that if you allow yourself to be distracted while on stage. There are many ways to focus however one of the best is to use meaningful music or lyrics to bring out your stage persona. Other ways include meditation, stretching/yoga, Warming up, praying, and even having a drink. Whatever you choose, remember that when you are on stage it should feel as if the world has frozen and nothing else matters except that moment.

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Episode 100: Performers Need Change and Growth

You cannot grow without first changing.

Growth is necessary are a performer. You cannot expect your career to grow unless you grow first. So how do you do it? Sometimes it will be small changes and sometimes it will be a large change, but change is good for you. That is the first thing we all must understand. Although it can be scary, change is good. You must make changes in yourself and in your talent in order to grow. You can learn new things, on and off the stage. You can take a class to refine the skills you have, you can adapt your show or your style with the times and trends. There are changes coming to the Being On Stage community and Podcast as well. All meant to help us grow. Change is going to happen anyways, use it to grow.

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