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How to free yourself from performance anxiety and stage fright
Most people say they would rather die than face this. But how bad can it be? From shattering nerves to knowing her full voice, Jenny James writes of her own experience in overcoming stage fright.
Confidence is natural
What if confidence is something we are naturally born with and not to be ‘acquired’? Serge Benhayon turns around a debilitating belief about ‘finding’ confidence and presents how we already have what we are searching for.
Why do we get stage fright? (part 1)
Sweaty palms, trembling knees, and a constricted throat. How is it that stage fright takes hold and where does it come from? And could the answer to understanding stage fright have nothing to do with the stage at all?
Musician Daniel Bennier shares how it was playing live in the music scene and what has changed since. “The buzz back then was seeing how the power of music could control the audience.”.
Serge Benhayon – a life of detail
Serge Benhayon lives his life with an extraordinary attention to detail and inspires others to live that too.
Everyone is born with a beautiful voice – Singing and speaking
In re-discovering the amazing voice that we are naturally born with we can all sing, speak and express freely!
Training to become a professional singer and actor – Sarah Baldwin
Sarah shares what it takes to train as a professional singer, actor. What happens behind the scenes in the acting & music industry?
Do you have a fear of singing? Me too.
It is possible to overcome a fear of singing. After a life of being scared to sing, holding back her voice a life changing singing lesson gave Gayle the confidence to find her true voice.
A career – is it everything?
Is a career in advertising everything it is made out to be? Is it worth sacrificing our own health? Hannah Morden shares her story.
Performance anxiety – an everyday experience?
Is performance anxiety an everyday experience that is simply a stronger manifestation of the stress we are living with all the time? Do we unconsciously set our children up to live with this tension from their earliest years?
Circle time: an opportunity for connection and expression
In this article, Johanna Smith shares how circle time can be used to meet, engage and connect with children as a way to support their learning.
The road back to music and educating children
From the pressure to be top dog and prove himself as a musician to bringing music alive with children in the classroom, musician and teacher Daniel Bennier shares what shuts us down to our natural joy of music and what restores us.
Co-dependency aka ‘Pretzelling’ or the compulsion to comply
Watch this entertaining video on co-dependent relationship problems