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Watch along with me as I share my reactions to he Halftime show featuring Justin Timberlake. Forget all you have heard about it and just look at the art, watch the actual presentation and performance.
This episode discusses some key takeaways from the halftime show by Justin Timberlake. There are many concepts he shows you and I share some insight on how you can use his techniques and showmanship practices take your performance to the next level.
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Expressing gratitude is sign of respect, humility, and professionalism that even some celebrities have yet to display. There are a lot of people that make it possible for you to be on that stage and they deserve your gratitude.
Starting with your audience. Without them you would not have a stage to stand on. They are your primary people to show your thanks. Doing something as simple as saying thank you will go further with your audience than anything you do on stage. It is also important to thank the individuals that made it possible for you to perform; the booking agent, the owner of the venue, the promoter. Finally other people working and/or entertaining in the same show. That includes the bartenders, DJ, other entertainers. So many people are deserving of your thanks and giving it to them will make them respect you and be more apt to support your career in the future.
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Every great performer has a pre-show routine they follow to put them “in the zone.” What do you do?
If you don’t already have your own routine, it is important that you establish one so that you can properly prepare your body and mind to be on stage. It does not have to bea fancy all-day routine, it can be something simple and easy as long as it works for you. When establishing a routine you should consider how and what you eat, get good sleep the night before, and have a period of relaxation as show time approaches. There is no wrong way, you just have to find what works for you.
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