This musician dreams of making it big, if only he could overcome his fears of what others think. This is a great call for all artists and performers who want to step on stage with more confidence, but also for all those who have a tendency to give way too much credit to other people’s opinions.
Topics covered on this call
He’s been studying music all his life, and is pursuing music as a career
He’s filling much of his time with non-musical activities, in order to make money
He feels that he’s being held back because he’s too €œpolite€
How the words we choose can hold us back
A different way of looking at other people’s opinions
Why feedback of any kind is largely irrelevant
Explaining what a negative audience reaction really means (and how to feel way better about it)
The concept of the back story – how to no longer feel like you’re not good enough
What to focus on during EVERY performance, no matter where or whom you’re playing to, to make every performance awesome
The right way to evaluate the quality of your music (the only thing that matters)
Why your audience is not responsible for how you feel during and about a performance
What about the other musicians? Isn’t he dependent on the quality of their performance?
He tends to get caught up in a huge amount of negative momentum. How can he break out of it?
How most people misinterpret their resistance and stop themselves from shifting
How to not be discouraged by the discomfort of stepping out of your comfort zone
Getting over his fear of judgment and criticism, especially from people he greatly respects
Why your family may be negative about your chances of making it in music
Why talking to truly successful people is so inspiring and uplifting
Can you respect someone and still disagree with them?
What to respect people for and what you should NOT lend your respect to
The difference between not respecting someone and DISrespecting them
What to do when you have loads of ideas hit you at once. Which one do you choose?
Is it possible to miss opportunities?
How can he attract his perfect audience?