One of the challenges many singers face is that they get so caught up in relying on others that they can forget who is ultimately in charge of their progress, their sense of well being, endurance, direction, and level of commitment.
The bottom line is obvious: you are in control of your singing success. So it’s vital that you make wise choices in your practice and your use of resources. There can be a lack of motivation or some slack in discipline that delays or interferes with the potential benefits from engaging the dynamic elements of Mastering Mix and Singing Success. This is not a program flaw.
Hold Onto Healing
Many singers have had bad experiences in the past with the wrong teacher. They may have developed bad habits or even injured their voice. Those negative experiences may have either created some emotional scarring or psychological trepidation that is making commitment more of a challenge. But, as you engage Brett’s programs, and as you view the video clips and tips here at https://www.singingsuccess.tv, the healing will begin to take hold, so take heart.
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Learn To Sing With Jesse Nemitz
A recommended video to help you focus on your singing lesson plans and stay on track as you explore your training objectives and goals is one that has been created by certified Brett Manning master associate Jesse Nemitz. It’s simply called: Learn To Sing.
Jesse cites four areas or methods for training, learning, and skill reinforcement that can be seamlessly integrated into your daily practice or weekly routine.
He notes these areas of focus or processes of study as follows: systematic, diagnostic, vicarious, and learn a song or performance.
In systematic, Jesse refers to the process of going through exercises such as working through the Singing Success program or Mastering Mix. You simply tackle things lesson by lesson, building step by step as you go or grow along.
With diagnostic, this is where a specific problem is corrected or a weakness is strengthened after the issue has been properly identified and a prescription has been written to be followed as directed.
The vicarious focus or approach is related to the power of observation. This includes watching videos of lessons. It can also include observing a lesson firsthand of a student with Brett or one of his associates.