How to Find the Good in Singing

Finding the good in singing can be difficult, but it’s important to remember that singing is a form of art.

Even if you don’t have a great voice, you can still enjoy singing if you put your heart into it. When you sing, you should try to find the good in the song and not focus on the mistakes. If you’re able to do this, you’ll be able to find the joy in singing.

Recently, I surveyed the reactions of my clients singing through a song.

My suspicions were confirmed when I discovered a negative comment at least 95 percent of the time about their performance. This made me realize that finding the good in singing can be difficult, but it’s important to remember that singing is a form of art. Even if you don’t have a great voice, you can still enjoy singing if you put your heart into it. This put me on a mission to develop a plan to instruct each client to look for the good in their singing and or performance. The outcome was quite interesting.

In one of my lessons, a student sang through his song, and as I suspected, he immediately pointed out what he did not like. What I asked him next stopped him in his tracks; tell me what was good about your singing? He thought for a few moments, and then a smile spread across his face as he realized that he had indeed done some things well. From that moment on, he began to focus on the good in his singing, and his performances improved significantly.

You can find the good in singing if you can see the good in what you’re doing.

This can be difficult at first, but it’s important to remember that singing is a form of art. When you sing, you should try to find the good in the song and not focus on the mistakes.

You will find that this pertains to every facet of life, looking for the good first will breed greater confidence in everything you set out to accomplish. The next time you tell a singer that his or her performance was good, tell them first what was good not just inform them they were good.

Remember, Keep Singing and Playing Guitar,
Daniel
Vocal Guitar Mastery
Breathing Mastery

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