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darcel_076-bwPractice Makes Perfect. Though it is an old saying, it is in fact true. This can be applied to any field. In order to achieve success whether it is in the field of business or in any profession that would require one to make preparations for. Without a doubt, this goes for singing too. One helpful tip to help you overcome the fear of singing in front of audience is to practice singing in front of your friends and family members first. This will definitely boost your self-confidence, and eventually you will be able to sing in front of them without being nervous.

Practice various kinds of warm ups for your voice to relax before hand and prepare your instrument (voice) to sing and perform. Be a good sport and try to accept the feedback of your near and dear ones when they comment on your singing performance. And work on the areas you need to improve. Learn how to accept constructive criticism and use it to help you improve and grow.

Some people are very passionate about singing. While it is important to be committed to your performance and singing, try not to be too much of a perfectionist. Reject the negative thought that you will never be able to perform in front of a big gathering of people. More times than not it is all in the way we look at things. Depending on your mindset, you can either make it or break the situation. Develop the confidence you need to help you feel that that you are as good as other performers, once you prepare yourself to sing in front of audience. As long as you have prepared, you need not worry excessively about how you’re singing or trying to figure out what people are thinking while you are singing in front of an audience.

Remember, it is better for you to be yourself, rather than imitating your role model or any other singer or performer. When you sing, focus on what you are doing and stay positive about what you would like to accomplish. You might be pleasantly surprised at how you can start to overcome the fear of singing in front of an audience as you perform.