The Path of Confidence

The Path of Confidence

Dear Anna,

Your email this morning was a great and inspiring read.
Massive congratulations for your achievement.
I understand that the work towards this performance is ongoing.
It’s a performance on a world wide stage!
So my best advice for you, from my own experience, is to be very very well prepared so much that when you are on that stage, what you are going to say and play is a part of you, and so much that you have enough mental emotional spiritual and physical space to navigate the feelings and environment of being on that stage.
Also, it can make a huge difference to actually stand on that stage – well prior to the event – and experience it’s physical space.  Then, when you are rehearsing your performance, imagine you are there, experiencing the roar of the greasepaint and the smell of the crowd, in a way that is exciting and celebratory!
Plan ahead how you will travel to the event space and practise that as well.
Support in the form of other people driving you there and handling the logistics of parking is important. Allow yourself to be fully supported and for it to be a smooth flow in the lead up. This is not being a diva, it is being sensible, and realistic about what it takes.
Carefully curate what you will wear. These will be your clothes of confidence.  Practise in the clothes you will wear, well ahead – at least three times.  Make all the elements of the performance as familiar as possible.
Every step of the process before the performance is as important as giving it.
It is the path of confidence, and takes the pressure off the performance itself.
Remember, I am backing you to have a profound and wonderful experience of giving from your heart to the world through this performance.
Pamela JordanPamela Jordan is a long experienced musician, speaker and performer.
She is available for Performance Coaching.
To date, her proudest performing moment was transforming from being a wallflower at age 16 to winning the Entertainer’s Quest at Sundale in front of over 1,000 people.  Many decades later she still remembers the feelings, and has kept the Silver Medallion.
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