Advice on choice of songs

May 18, 2020 Vasili K

Sing what you really like in order to achieve great results!

Very often you think that  you perform one song better than another because there is a mindset “I like it more” , I prefer to say “ you like it more , also, your prefrontal cortex works 2-3 times more efficiently when you like something, hence , you motivate yourself and as a result the default system of your brain is activating much more of available resources .. plus trio “mind- muscle system- nervous system” is in a much better coordination ..Some people say “ it’s my vibe”… but there is obviously, more to the story. What is also astonishing, that emotionally wise, we are involved on a very different level and we start actually, to perform.

Please go through your songs.. and try to understand which indeed truly touches you..

There is a strong connection between “ I really like the song” and  your  great performance. Explore it!



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