In this episode, John Henny discusses the importance of emotional support for singers. He emphasizes that singing is different from learning any other instrument. Singers expose themselves in a way that other instruments don’t because the average listener focuses on the singer more than any other aspect of music. Singers also face emotional challenges such as stage fright, self-doubt, and criticism. It is essential for singers to have emotional support from friends, family, and the right voice teacher or mentor.

Episode highlights:

  • Singers expose themselves in a way that other instruments don’t.
  • Singers face emotional challenges such as stage fright, self-doubt, and criticism.
  • You need safe support from your family, friends, singing community, voice teacher, and from yourself.
  • Mindfulness and developing strategies to deal with irrational fears and negative thoughts are important for singers.

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