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Permission to Fail

Preparing for and pursuing a career as a performer is always a risk. Are you ready as you head off to your summer programs or performances, to deal with the X factor, the unknown smidgens that might make you feel a bit scared and unprepared because this is a new experience? Do you have a plan in place to help you deal with any mistakes or failures that might happen?   There can be the kind of risk that involves … Continue reading

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How to Step Up Your Game Plan

One reason the business aspect of a singing career seems so tough: no one really understands what it entails.   This is the first in a series of strategies that I want to introduce to you that will help you think differently about dealing with the business aspects of your singing career.   Having an amazing natural instrument, flawless vocal technique and instinctual performance ability might get you noticed, but if you don’t have an understanding of how to do … Continue reading

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Autonomous Agent

I’d like to challenge you to think in a way that may require a subtle, yet pivotal shift from your current perspective. Think of yourself as a unique, autonomous agent who has the ability to clearly define your ideal work situation, and the confidence to make it happen.   Why? Because you must believe that you have the power to choose your work experiences before you’ll be able to take control of your work life. If you don’t believe that … Continue reading

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