Stage Fright

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      Hi, I'm looking for any ideas on how best to use pstec ( or indeed any ideas on other ways ) to overcome and deal with stage fright. Thanks Jim

      Peter Bunyan
      PSTEC User

        Hi Jim

        First if you have not done so already, download the FREE Basic Click Tracks. (Email address required). Unzip and listen to the instructions file first. Good if you use earphones, better still headphones.

        When you are ready to use the Click Tracks. Imagine yourself on stage and what ever it is that concerns you most, freezing up, forgetting your lines, looking stupid, screwing up or maybe just all those people looking at you, or perhaps you are more concerned about screwing up and letting down your teachers, family, etc. Whatever it is imagine it all going horribly wrong and that audience reacting badly. This is likely to produce some unpleasant feelings. Run the Click Track keeping that imaginary disaster and those feelings in mind as much as you can.

        Also if you have had some previous bad experiences of this sort then try to remember the worst of those while running the Click Track.

        There is much more but this would be a good first step and may be all you need.
        Keep us posted with how you get on.
        Any more questions? Please ask away!


        PSTEC User

          Hi Peter,

          thanks for that, that sounds like a great plan of attack and I will do as you advise. Much appreciated for your response.

          I'll let you know how I get on !

          Sorry for the delay in responding I was away for a couple of days.

          thanks again , Jim

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