Stage Fright Holding You Back?
3 out 4 performers (including professionals) have a problem with stage fright, so the chances are you do too.
That’s true whether your an actor, a musician, or another type of performer.
It might not be so bad if stage fright were just a nuisance for you, but it’s an out-and-out impediment. It creates an unworkable situation as it stands like a permanent roadblock between you and achieving of your full potential as a performer. It also takes the joy out of being in the spotlight.
The question is, what are you going to do about it?
You’ve probably already tried to overcome your stage fright on your own, but nothing seems to help much, does it? It can leave you feeling helpless and hopeless.
There are two things you need to know. First, getting nervous when you perform isn’t your fault. Second, you’re not broken in any sort of way when you do. As I tell my students, stage fright actually proves that you’re perfect, perfectly human.
Stop Trying to Figure It out on Your Own
Every successful performer I’ve ever known has found their way beyond stage fright. (They’ve had to do so to achieve their success.) The problem is it can take years of trial and error to figure out what actually works. While you’re groping around for the answer, you can waste a lot of valuable time and squander important opportunities that may never come around again.
Fortunately, with Goodbye Butterflies, I created an approach that offers genuine hope for the anxiety you experience as a performer. It can save you tons of time, effort, and frustration. I’ve designed it to be straightforward and offer quick results. Most performers start enjoying the benefits almost immediately.
FREE 20-Minute Consultation
Over the next few weeks, I’m going to do somewhere around 20-30 free telephone consultations. I’ll get on the phone with you for 20 minutes, and we can char about what’s troubling you about stage fright. I’ll then give you advice specific to your situation.
No sales pitch. No opt-ins. No questionnaires. Absolutely free, I promise. This is just a way for me to help you get started in the right direction in finding the way beyond stage fright. Helping performers do so is my passion.
If you’re interested, just fill in the form below telling me about one of your frustrations with stage fright. I’ll contact you by email, and we’ll schedule a time to chat.
Together, we’ll get you started in finding the way beyond your stage fright.
About the Author: A noted authority on stage fright, Dr. David Lee Fish is the PJ Leonard Associate Professor of Music at Catawba College. He is also a co-founder of the Association for Popular Music, a Research Member of the American Mindfulness Research Association, and author of a forthcoming book on stage fright from Balboa Press.
Dr. David Lee Fish, Ph.D.