When people think about getting into stand up comedy, they think about the glory. The crowds, the attention, the IG fans. Everyone thinks about being the next Joe Rogan, Doug Stanhope and Amy Schumer. In order to get that glory, you have to go all in. Comedy is going to take over you life. It is going to demand every second of free time you have.
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Bombing happens to all of us. I talk about the rough sets I had recently and my advice about how to handle a rough set both on and off stage.
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“Pouring salt in my sugar won’t make yours any sweeter
Pissing in my yard ain’t gonna make yours any greener”
Kacey Musgraves, Biscuits
It’s easy to get distracted in comedy. This episode is all about my mantra, “Stay On Target.” Put your blinders on and focus on what you have control over. Don’t get stuck in a mindset of scarcity. Laughter is not a limited resource. There’s enough for everyone. I promise!
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Comedy is a game of tenacity. We all lose our confidence. It’s about getting back on stage again. You can do this!
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It’s easy to start dismissing open mics when you’re getting “paid gigs.” Some people see open mics as only auditions for bookers. I am making a passionate case for why this is not true. All stage time is good stage time. Get all the stage time you can! Besides, you need to go see your Comedy Mom at least once a week. She misses you.
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