Do you want to step up to the stage with more confidence, and less self-doubt? Are you looking to be in charge of your
thoughts, emotions and behaviours?
Going up on stage and exposing yourself (pun intended) can be very scary. But also very empowering. And also triggering. But also liberating. And can for sure bring on some self-doubt:
Am I good enough?
Why should anyone listen to me?
Doesn’t everyone else know more than me?
Isn’t everyone else funnier?
Your inner critic is always hard at work.
A lot of emotions come up when doing stand-up. No matter if you are a beginner or a more experienced comedian, it can still bring about the dread of not being good enough, making a fool of yourself, and confirming your worst fears.
But, it can also be a brilliant and almost therapeutic way to overcome self-doubt, self-sabotage, gain confidence and find that sweet spot where masks come off and you find yourself flying!
In this workshop, psychologist Alexandra Neves will guide you through the following:
-Impostor syndrome: the pattern in which a person doubts their skills, talents and achievements
and is afraid of being unmasked as fraud, an imposter.
-Identify and bring into awareness your limiting beliefs and develop practical tools for
overcoming and releasing them.
-How you can tame your inner critic, and use it to your advantage, in comedy and in life.
-The masks we wear, and why we wear them.
-And ultimately how to develop more self-confidence.
These are all transferable skills that can positively impact your stage presence, but also your professional and personal life.
- Date: 29th October
- Time: 11am-1pm
- Location: Restaurant QoSQo Ville
- Cost: 40€