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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.

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

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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.

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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.

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