One of the most unsettling, but valuable, discoveries you will make on stage is that you will suddenly start asking
We may not be able to choose our thoughts directly, but we can certainly choose our attitudes.
The most absolutely worthless and destructive advice regarding anything unpleasant or undesirable is this: “Try not to think about it.”
To a larger extent than we care to admit, we do not have direct control over our thoughts…
Anyone who suffers from stage fright knows that anxiety is not just something you merely think in your brain…
One way to tame the stage fright monster is to laugh at it!
Before continuing our exploration of the many cognitive-behavioral antidotes to stage fright, I feel compelled to share my perspective on
Who would suggest that a mispronounced word or two or occasional hesitation ruins an otherwise articulate and eloquent speech?
Before we get into the many practical cognitive-behavioral antidotes to stage fright, please indulge me as I share one of
Sincere Gratitude has the power to transform our entire being and our attitude towards performance…