Watching myself write this, I have to think that I could not have done a better job stacking the cards against myself if I had done it by design.............
I won't be late next week.
Jeffrey.C wrote: Bananas have natural beta-blockers in them.
David_Norton wrote:The audience is there for a pleasant listening experience, not to suffer through a fight-to-the-death between the erstwhile performer and the composition. All too often, the latter scenario is what plays out.
Jstanley01 wrote:Whenever I face chagrin for any kind of gaffe in the presence anyone, I always remind myself of Mr. Churchill:
"I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly."
LVR wrote:I'm a little unclear about how this attitude helps you or anyone handle butterflies. Does this involve feeling that the audience is unimportant because they're somehow not as good as you? By the way, in the morning Churchill was only possibly sober, but definitely ugly.
TomPage wrote:2) Truly believe that it is not about you; it is about the music (easy to say intellectually but ego is a tough monster). Tom
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