Do you love to sing but are too timid for a good stage presence? Learning how to sing can take many avenues and might open new doors to overcoming shyness on stage.
Don’t be afraid to sing out.
Read this and get started with your vocal experience.
First, you have to realize there is no place for timidity in singers, but there is help for you if you are determined to overcome this shyness.
Below are a few methods you can try to help you cope with your problem.
Singers and Overcoming Shyness on Stage ( Stage Fright ) – Discover Karaoke Singing
Karaoke is a fun way to get you out of your shyness while singing. You can perform alone onstage in front of a live audience or you can invite someone else to sing with you if you are feeling timid.
Practice Singing In The Shower
You can also try singing at the top of your voice while taking a shower where no one can hear you except maybe a few family members.
Select different songs and artists you are familiar with that have the same tone and key as you. By copying the well-known artists, you will begin to develop your own style, sound and vocal range.
Don’t Be Shy & Don’t Be Afraid To Learn How To Sing
Become less shy about your singing by joining a choir, taking voice lessons or even online singing lessons to help boost your confidence on stage.
Practice hand movements, expressions, rhythm, notes and pitches in front of a mirror as if you were performing in front of an audience.
You have to remember that singing requires a lot of hard work, time, effort and training, and you can not learn this hobby overnight.
Once you have taken this step, you will begin to believe more in yourself, forget that you were once timid and have the courage to let the public know how great a singer you really are.
Six Steps To Overcome The Fear Of Singing
Remember, just follow the six action steps below and you’ll be asking “Is This Really Me?”
1. Learn to Discipline Yourself – Use your personal discipline to rehearse on your own.
2. Think Positively – Feel good about yourself and surround yourself with people who make you feel good and encourage you.
3. Learn to Appreciate Yourself – Stop trying to be perfect and reward yourself once and a while with a pat-on-the-back.
4. Learn to Focus Your Attention On One Thing At A Time – Focus all your attention to your performance, not on how afraid you are of messing up.
5. Always Be An Optimist – Look on the bright side of everything and always expect a favorable outcome.
6. Always Speak What You Feel – If you have a different opinion about something, speak out.
Now that you know that the fear of singing on stage is just an illusion, you can get started small and work your way up to bigger things.
Learn these methods just as you would eat an elephant — One step at a time. Now, you’re on your way to becoming a singer! Enjoy …
Shoot for the stars with your singing. You’ll be using your voice as a musical instrument in no time!
Take a look at my review here for more information and learn how to start your singing lessons.
I hope you found some ways to overcome shyness and will remember this the next time you appear on stage.
Oh, let me know in the comments about your new performing experience — I’d love to know how things went. – Bob