Forget what you’ve heard… Your best performance does NOT magically happen once you step onto the stage. Surprised?! Shocked?! You shouldn’t be.
Here’s what you gotta do:
Practice at the best of your ability BEFORE you step on to the stage. That means rehearsing full out! Treat class like an audition!
The more you push yourself BEFORE you perform, the more you build your stamina. The more your stamina builds, the more you build muscle memory. And once muscle memory becomes automatic, you’ll see a dramatic boost in your confidence, and performance level.
You won’t do your best, until you know what your best is. Find out what your best is during rehearsal time. Discover your limits, and work hard to improve daily.
So what does this mean? Simple:
➡️ No more laziness in rehearsals. Invest quality time every minute of every session.
➡️ Step your game up in classes. You’ll quicky discover how fast you grow.
➡️ Be a leader, not a follower. Set the example for others.
➡️ Don’t wait for motivation to take yourself seriously. You don’t need permission to be great.
When you finally get on stage, you’ll be ready. You’ll have the muscle. And who knows? Maybe you’ll even have a fun time!
– Shawn Byfield 👊🏾