Your lifestyle habits directly affect how well you are able to cope with stress in and outside of the performance environment.
It’s natural to get butterflies before performing, but when the butterflies turn into tiny vampire bats with machetes, it’s no longer “normal” nervousness but an anxiety that has grown out of control.
This not only sabotages your hard work by decreasing the quality of your performance, but also robs your ability to be confident, happy and healthy in day to day life.
When fear and anxiety go unmanaged for long enough, they turn into “chronic stress” which manifests into constant negative mental patterns, imbalanced emotions, and physical sickness.
Once your health is compromised in any way, it will always transfer into compromising all other important areas of your life. You’re only as happy as you are healthy, thus health should be priority.
It’s vital then, to not only be utilizing healthy tools which manage anxiety at the time of performing, but also in everyday life.
What is performance anxiety?
It’s a fear or phobia caused by the anticipation of a performance, on camera or live, performing to a crowd size for as little as one person to thousands of people.
It can arise months before, moments before, during and after the performance itself.
It’s a problem that affects you both in and out of your performance environment.
How can unmanaged performance anxiety hold me back?
When butterflies turn into vampire bats it can cause us to…
freeze or get flustered during presentations/ performances
appear insecure and unprofessional
sabotage important opportunities
become more afraid of taking future risks
become less resilient to failure and rejection
lose self confidence
adopt poor coping mechanisms/lifestyle habits
feel like a fraud/failure
become depressed and anxious
Who gets performance anxiety?
Whether you’re completely new to being in front of an audience or have 20 years experience, we are all prone to performance anxiety under a variety of circumstances.
The most obvious people affected are singers, actors, comedians, dancers, speakers, athletes, educational leaders and teachers. However, it can also affect the confidence of less obvious types of people such as business executives, sales professionals, politicians, interviewees, employees speaking to superiors and students giving speeches/presentations at school.
It can even effect those trying to impress someone on a date or inhibit their courage to ask for a date in the first place. The list goes on…
Performance anxiety can truly affect any type of person at any time.
Even though my fear is crippling, I always perform well. Do I have it?
Performance anxiety manifests in two main different outcomes:
- it causes you to publicly fail
- or you publicly succeed and feel like a failure underneath.
As mentioned above, the feeling of “butterflies” is usually a healthy nervousness. Tiny vampire bats with machetes is not.
Chronic stress is dangerous and over time will damage mental, neural and physical health.
What causes performance anxiety?
There are no limits to the reasons behind someone’s inability to manage fear and stress. Here are some common examples:
feelings of unworthiness or not being good enough
fear of being criticized or judged
lack of self awareness
- lack of self acceptance/confidence
lack of strategies and tools to control fear
poor lifestyle habits
social anxiety or social phobia
Do I need to be “good” at performing or perform professionally to join this program?
No! You do not need to be a “good” performer or even be in the entertainment industry to take this Program.
This Program is for absolutely ANYONE looking to improve their confidence, leadership abilities, power and impact in front of others.
All you need is the desire to perform your best in all aspects of your life.
Regardless of your intentions, at the end of this program you will gain more awareness, confidence and self respect which can offer boundless amounts of joy, peace, health and passion in your life, regardless of your job.
I’m a regular performer but still get debilitating stage fright, am I in the wrong field?
While some people seemingly have a ‘natural ability’ to get up in front of others and crush it, it doesn’t mean the ones who aren’t naturals shouldn’t be in the field they’re in.
Just because you have stage fright doesn’t mean you’re not on the right path, it just means you need to look a little closer at yourself and target the root of your fears so you have the power to control them.
Even “naturals” have fears and some of the best performers in the world have had to work really hard at managing their stage fright.
The self awareness this program offers, helps you discover whether you truly need a drastic life change or are just lacking some stress management tools to help you better cope with your performance fears.
I have a really busy life, will I still be able to participate in this program?
Absolutely! Each of the 6 key modules takes roughly 30 minutes to read through (or 20-30 minutes to listen to the audiobook). It is recommended to complete 1 module per week.
For 1-on-1 clients, there is an additional weekly coaching call.
The time you spend on journaling, meditation exercises and breath work, etc., will be up to what you’re willing to commit to, but does not need to be heavily time-consuming day to day.
Will I have extra costs after purchasing the program?
No. Any opinions or recommendations given on herbs, supplements, equipment, or external tools to help you succeed will be entirely your choice to purchase or not.
Opting in for 1-on-1 coaching will have an extra cost.
Who is the Program NOT for?
Someone who doesn’t value positive change and growth mindset
Someone who refuses to step outside their comfort zone
Someone who has been diagnosed with a social phobia or serious mental illness (please submit an email for further discussion before committing)
Someone who is not willing to address their fears and mental blockages
The FEAR TO FEARCE Program is for you if you…
desire to gain more happiness, self confidence and self awareness
are invested in improving the quality of your craft and your life
are interested in the science behind fear & stress and desire to learn fear management
are sick of leaving your success up to fate and are committed to taking control of your lifestyle habits
are willing to be courageous