There are thousands of entertainers. Most of them are stuck working “real” jobs to make ends meet. Yet Jeff Dunham is the highest grossing touring comedian according to Forbes magazine. Are his jokes funnier than every other comedian? Is he really the best ventriloquist in the world?
If you really want to believe that is the only reason you haven’t achieved success as an entertainer – then go pick up your magic tricks, or your ventriloquist puppet, or some juggling balls, or your instrument and practice them. In a year, you will still be wondering if you will ever get a lucky break.
Look on YouTube at the number of people juggling seven balls – or torches – or rings – or machetes. Most people will never know their names. Yet Michael Davis, the most successful juggler in the world, never juggled more than three items.
You’ve probably heard that over and over. People think they know it. The problem is, very few understand what it means. It doesn’t mean your skills aren’t important – it means you need to frame and present your talent to create an experience for the people watching.
They feel as if seeking help to improve their stage presence is admitting they are no good. That just isn’t true.
Magicians – could you perform sleight of hand on your very first attempt?
Jugglers – could you keep three balls going your very first try?
Ventriloquists – could you keep your lips still when you started?
Musicians – did you know exactly how to play the first time you picked up an instrument?
Singers – could you nail songs the very first try when you started?
It took practice and guidance.
Entertainers purchase knowledge in every other phase of their art. Yet improving stage presence, the one thing that will advance their career faster than any other part of the puzzle, seems to be the last thing on their mind.
Audiences genuinely showing their appreciation for your skills and talent.
Your ability to control every aspect of the audience’s experience will put you on the radar of better clients, and bigger paychecks.
Entertainers that control the stage and win over audiences always gain respect in their art.
No longer playing price wars is a major benefit when you have the stage presence to genuinely capture audiences.
Who shared tips on becoming memorable to audiences and how to properly work a room.
Who shares ways to study your performance, improve audience reactions and connect with people.
Who shares creating moments that let your audience “in” and how to achieve a standing ovation from audiences.
Who shares how to keep presentations natural, understand an audience and own the room when onstage.
Who shares how to allow your act to unfold in real time and understand the logic of what you do onstage.
Who shares how to analyze why the message we intend doesn’t always translate to an audience.
Who shares practice techniques to improve your stage presence, ways to relate with the audience in front of you and how to develop the confidence to become a showstopper!
Above, I only touched on the topics my guests covered.
We recorded over five hours of material on the topic of stage presence and showmanship.
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