Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Developing the Discipline for Vocal Training is Key to Your Success
Training the voice and keeping it trained and revved up is where most fail. In all honesty, it is so easy to stay on top of this. I want to show you how to set your mindset for the challenge. It really is quite simple when you put your mind to it.
First, you must begin by allotting a day and time to do your voice training. If you’re working with a vocal coach, make sure your training days are set on a weekly schedule, and whatever you do don’t miss your vocal training slots. If you’re training from home with the help of prerecorded tapes, then you will need to be even more vigilant in order to stay on track. The habit to train regularly will begin to grow on you over time and eventually, you’ll come to realize that you simply can’t do without it—because you’re now aware of the benefits and you’re enjoying the experience. Trust me… this is where you’ll want to be.
People ask a lot of questions about vocal training and listen to a lot of word-on-the-street. And it’s alright to want to know about a lot of stuff, but in my experience when you focus more on being a doer you’ll get bigger and better results. Like I said, ask the questions but don’t make it the only thing you do. Get with the program. Let your God given organ—the voice—do the work in training to yield the results that you want. So, if you want to become successful with training your voice, discipline is far more important than anything else.
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