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30 DAY SINGING CHALLENGE WITH LAURA – MINDSET/ MEDITATION

30 DAY SINGING CHALLENGE – DAY 5
MINDSET AND MEDITATION

Mindset is simply a mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations. Mindset shapes our beliefs which in turn shapes our character; and eventually, our whole lives!

Your mindset about your singing voice will influence how you communicate – whether through singing or speaking. Your mindset is more or less your inner voice.

Most mindsets are born as a result of childhood experiences and I am going to dwell a little on this.

What you were told as a child will either help or hinder you.
Some aspiring singers are experiencing a lot of vocal hindrances today, not because they cannot sing but because their singing ability has been locked up by a statement directed at them at a tender age.

Try to pinpoint where it all started for you by answering these questions:

1. Have you ever been told to stop singing because your voice hurts the ears?

2. While taking part in a school musical, did you get a non-musical role because your voice didn’t quite fit?

3. Did a choir leader ever tell you to mouth the words of a song like you were singing it for real – all because you were singing off?

4. Did a family member ever tell you to keep quiet because you sounded awful?

5. Did you ever feel intimidated by another singer in a children’s choir and felt you’d never be as good?

6. Did your bestie or someone you respect ever make derogatory statements about your singing?

Many of you must have had experiences like this while in your tender ages. Some others may have been lucky to have had a smooth ride through.

I will ask you a few questions now. In answering the questions, be honest with yourself, try to recall the feelings of your experiences and how other treated you – this will prepare you to change how you feel about your voice.  This is an all important step in developing your voice to its full potential.

Having relived the hurtful feelings, the next step is to go into meditation to change things once and for all! How do you do this?

Find a comfortable place to sit. You may want to close your eyes to avoid distractions. Then do two things:

1. See yourself doing what you love – singing beautifully (in your mind’s eye)

2. Speak positive words to yourself (affirmations)

Words like: I am a beautiful singer. I have a great voice. Everyone loves to hear me sing…compose your unique affirmations and speak them to yourself, believing every word you say. Do this daily.

In time, you will discover there is more to you than meets the eye. The power of your vision and words will kick start a transformation phase in your life. Your confidence and self-esteem will be boosted. Your voice will actually improve and your audience will love you more!

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30 DAY SINGING CHALLENGE WITH LAURA ETEMAH – DAY 4: HYDRATION: THE IMPORTANCE

Water is essential to life and each person’s requirement of water differs from another because everyone has a unique body makeup.
By hydration, I mean water intake. Hydration helps your vocal cords to remain flexible.

Well hydrated vocal cords are protected from the friction that occurs when singing or speaking takes place. Lack of moisture can cause swelling in the vocal cords, there by leading to stiffness in the throat which in turn hinders the voice’s potential.

If vocal cords get swollen, this could lead to further injury or permanent vocal damage. Hence, it is very important for a singer to be hydrated. But take note of this, when you drink, the fluid does not go directly to hydrate your cords. They first go through your system and it takes about 20 minutes more or less before the vocal cords get hydrated.

So if you are going to be on stage for a show or something, don’t take a gulp of water and jump on stage! Make sure you have a drink of water at least 20 minutes before you go for the microphone.
Another important point to note is that you will have a clear pee when you are fully hydrated. If your wee looks yellowish, chances are that you are dehydrated and need to take some water.
Too much of any good thing usually has a negative effect. So it is with water. Drinking a gallon of water will rather cause discomfort while you are on stage and will not guarantee a good performance because at some point, you will have a full bladder. Not a good situation to find yourself in right? You don’t want to go overboard with water. Seize the opportunity to go for a wee before going on stage.

Do you experience dry mouth after drinking water? Note that water does not stimulate the salivary glands not immediately hydrate the vocal cords, hence, you want to add some fruit juice. Fruit juice will counter dry mouth and lubricate the vocal cords.

Some singers have contacted me about pain and swelling in the throat. If you overuse your voice, this is inevitable. Shouting, speaking loudly, singing outside of your range for long periods and all that can result to swelling and a buildup of lactic acid in the vocal folds. Drinking a generous amount of water can flush out the lactic acid and help to restore your voice back to normal.

In conclusion, remember that fluid intake is a handy vocal remedy. Do not hesitate to get a bottle of water when you feel vocally stressed.

The Singer’s Health and Nutrition by Laura Etemah

THE SINGER’S HEALTH AND NUTRITION 
The voice, unlike any other musical instrument, is natural and situated in the human body. Hence if the body is healthy, the voice is also healthy. 
This is why I advise my clients – choristers, artistes and solo singers, to ensure that they keep healthy and go for a checkup every three months whether sick or not. 
Can you imagine using your car for three months without checking the oil gauge? Why not treat your body likewise? 
Your health deserves the most of your attention because if your breakdown, all other activities will automatically come to a halt!
Therefore, pay attention to your health. More so as a singer, if you go with these little guideline, you will be able to harness the full potential of your voice:
• Drink plenty of water; 6-8 glasses per day is what most    doctors recommend.
• If you drink coffee or live in a dry environment, it is advisable to kick up your water intake above the minimum of 6-8 glasses. It is important that you are replacing the water that you have lost. Drink well in advance to the time you need your vocal cords ready to be lubricated.
• Pay attention to the way you speak. Speaking too much exposes your singing voice to much wear and tear. 
• Try not to talk over a background of noise: it makes you talk louder than you would need to normally.
• Vegetables and fruits are excellent for your voice.
• Use a microphone when singing with a band of musicians to avoid shouting, which will cause wear and lead to voice loss.
• Steam often. Especially if you have a cold or blocked nose. Inhale the steam through the mouth and exhale through the nose and vice versa.
• Avoid smoking and alcohol they dry up the vocal cords, stripping it off substances that promote its proper functioning.
• Alligator pepper, bitter kola, ginger, honey and lemon are important home remedies every singer should have. For any vocal issues, contact your doctor to know what combinations to use. Your vocal coach can also guide you.
HOW TO SING OVER A COLD
Sometimes, you could have important concerts and a cold could get in the way. What do you do? There are a couple of things you could do to see if you can still perform. You first need to pay attention to where the cold is residing. 
• If you have nasal congestion, consult your doctor.
• Avoid unnecessary throat-clearing and coughing as much as you can to avoid injuring your vocal as much as screaming could.
• Be gentle while clearing mucus.
• Use a microphone when singing with a band, as the voice cannot compete with electronic amplification.
• Keep warm.
• Ginger and honey tea should help in case there is no hospital or doctor in sight.
• Physical exercises will also help you generate the energy that could clear away the cold.
• Any kind of cold medication, e.g. aspirin might make you dry and might impact the vocal cords. You therefore need to consult your doctor about over-the-counter medications.
FACTORS THAT CAN AFFECT THE VOICE
As we go about our daily activities, we get involved in all kinds of ventures – the good, the bad and the risky. 
Some of the conditions we expose ourselves to are not beneficial to our vocal health. It is your personal responsibility to find out what is safe and unsafe for you. 
Embrace safety and avoid the unnecessary. Prevention they say, is better than cure!
SINGING RELATED FACTORS THAT MIGHT IMPACT YOUR VOCAL CONDITION
• Lack of proper warm-up. Warm up every time before you sing. DO NOT WARM UP BY TRYING TO SING A COUPLE OF SONGS!
• Jumping to extreme levels of vocal activity.
• Prolonged singing at the extremes of your range.
• Overuse of the voice – not stopping when you should.
NON-SINGING FACTORS THAT MIGHT IMPACT YOUR VOCAL CONDITIONS
• Shouting and poor speaking habits.
• Reflux: a condition where the contents of your stomach wash back up into your esophagus.  The symptoms are: heartburn and excessive throat mucus.
• Smoking: singers should not smoke, as it severely attacks the vocal cords, stripping it off its protective material.
• Lack of hydration.
• Drug abuse.
(An excerpt from my book: Overcoming Your Singing Challenges. To get your copy contact 08137107137 via WhatsApp or call)
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30 DAY SINGING CHALLENGE – DAY 1: STRETCHING DRILLS FOR SINGERS


Have you seen the first lesson? STRETCHING DRILLS FOR SINGERS? One advice for you all – BE ACTIVE…submit your video assignments. Only then can you fully get the full benefits of this challenge.

How are the stretching drills making you feel? Flexible? Stressed? Strong? Happy? Let me know in the comment box.
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30 DAY ONLINE SINGING CHALLENGE WITH LAURA ETEMAH – THE COUNTDOWN!

30 DAY ONLINE SINGING CHALLENGE WITH LAURA ETEMAH

THE COUNTDOWN IS ON. SEE POSTER ABOVE FOR PAYMENT AND REGISTRATION DETAILS. WE’VE GOT 4 DAYS TO GO!

Now is the time to reset your voice and develop your vocal instrument to its greatest potential. It’s all about pimping your voice for that NEXT LEVEL hit!

GET READY TO DEVELOP A BEAUTIFUL SINGING VOICE AND BE THE BEST DAMN SINGER THAT YOU CAN BE!

ARE YOU MISSING OUT ON THIS? READ THE FOLLOWING FACTS CAREFULLY AND TAKE ACTION!

Do you know that you get the greatest brain benefits when you learn a musical instrument? How is this so? Students, businessmen, thought leaders, housewives, hustlers get ready to be transformed on a Yobo level!

By learning a musical instrument you are exercising the left, right, front, and back portions on the brain. What happens when the entire brain is being utilized? Learning increases!!! That’s the point!

One of the most significant increases is in spatial reasoning or spatial intelligence. This is the ability to see pictures in the mind and to solve problems in your mind.

People with spatial reasoning can “see” three-dimensionally and can see the intricate details of an object in their mind. This is the world of the pilot, the surgeon, the artist, the strategist and the scientist.

Albert Einstein, the great scientist, is a great example here. He was a genius at seeing patterns and solving problems in his mind and a wonder to the world. When he died, his brain was divided into five sections and given to the top scientists in the world to study.

It was Dr. Marion Diamond at UC Berkeley, one of the people to receive a portion of his brain, who found that the spatial area of his brain was 25 percent larger than the normal human brain.

Einstein was also a violinist and played the violin when trying to solve difficult problems. His musical ability helped him to “solve all his difficulties,” his son Hans Albert reported.

Additionally, scientists have found that because music involves the brain at every level, the following occurs:

    Bigger Brain: People who learn a musical instrument have larger brains—5 percent larger than non-  musicians.

       More Analytical: Musicians’ brains are more analytical and better at math.

     Specific Brain Building: Playing a musical instrument refines the development of the brain in a way that cannot be done by any other activity.

      Necessary for Total Brain Development: Playing a musical instrument is vital for the total development of the brain.

   Better Coordination, Memory: Those who play a musical instrument have greater coordination, concentration and better memory.

In short, people who play a musical instrument have bigger, better brains!

Musical Suggestion: Take the plunge! Start taking music lessons; also get your children to take music lessons; take music lessons together. Even if you are “older” take music lessons—it will keep you young-looking; young-feeling; young-thinking!

Remember the phrase, “Good thinking, good product?” Now is the time to use the power of music to reset every area of your life and business.

Laura Etemah
Vocal Coach/ Music Consultant
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HOW TO TREND WITH YOUR SINGING TALENT – LIKE THE MEGASTARS! BY LAURA ETEMAH




·       Why are some people so good at singing while others can barely sing a phrase without going off key?

·       Why do I struggle to sing high notes?

·       Why is my voice not strong and powerful?

·       How can I deal with pain in my throat after singing?

·       Shyness and fear prevents me from giving my best on stage. Why is this?

·       I cannot harmonize or sing in parts!

·       My choir members always get angry at me. They say I cannot sing and I feel bad.

·       How do I project my voice above the band instruments?

·       My voice goes tight when I have to sing at a concert. Why is this?

·       I forget my lyrics when on stage. Help!

·      My voice is sounding unprofessional. How can I upgrade my sound?

·       I cannot adlib or follow the beat in a song. What can I do?

·       I sound nasal when I sing. How do I correct this?

These and many more are the questions that I receive via email from singers and aspiring singers alike. We live in a society (Lagos, Nigeria) where having a vocal coach or a singing teacher is neither the norm nor in vogue. I have met a lot of musical artistes who just coughed out singles and albums using their natural singing talents. I bet you, it all came out good! Thank God for autotune and other technological applications that producers apply to reduce vocal recording defects. The problem arises when these singers have to sing LIVE!

Singing live makes a singer vulnerable. Your audience can almost tell if you know what you are doing or not, whether you are confident or not, whether you are shy not. Everything is in the open and can be perceived even by a child! Hey singer, this is reality.

It surprises me when singers say they do not need a singing teacher because they can already sing. This is so common with our local singers/ artistes. These same set of singers are working hard to match up with the Beyonces and Rihanas, international superstars who have personal vocal coaches till date! I recently stumbled upon a YouTube video where Celine Dion was doing some singing exercises with her personal vocal coach.  I have also listened to a recording session of Michael Jackson doing voice exercises with the legendary vocal coach, Seth Riggs.

If mega stars are still taking voice lessons, why should the upcoming stars not be even more serious about it? Now do you see why the mega stars get better and always stand out? Little wonder they always have flawless vocal performances both in their studio recordings and live performances. More so, they are the ones who top the charts.

One of the reasons why I embarked on the journey of writing this book is to sensitize singers about the benefits of having an expert at hand to help manage your singing talent.  You do not want to shine for a while and fizzle out into oblivion. You want to stand out for a long time. So, if you are a singer or an aspiring vocalist and you want to make a global impact with your gifts and talents, do yourself and your career a huge favour, go get an experienced singing instructor. Invest in yourself today and trend with the mega stars tomorrow!

This is an excerpt from my book, Overcoming Your Singing Challenges. To get your copy, contact the publisher via WhatsApp on +2348137107137.

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How to Get Paid for Your Music even Without a Record Label

It’s no news that CDs are no longer in vogue. Music lovers are done stacking up circular discs in porshe bags and storage spaces around the house. CDs are almost being treated like a burden since the advent of the Internet.
Online streaming is the real deal and of great importance to artists is the fact that listeners stream music all day, all week and all year round! 
This works hugely to the advantage of recording artists. Did you say “How?” Continue reading.
Every time anyone listens to your song on Spotify, YOU GET PAID. As an artist, you can get paid as much as $40,000 or more, per annum via online streams.
Why have you not uploaded your music till now? What are you waiting for? Think of the stress involved in trying to sell your album of 10 songs from the stage. Isn’t it easier to just get people to listen to your music while you get paid even as you sleep?
In my book “HOW TO BUILD A CAREER IN SINGING AND BECOME A SIX FIGURE EARNER IN MUSIC BUSINESS” I show you how to:
1. Write hit songs
2. Record your hit songs
3. Build your online presence
4. Find your superfans and grow them
5. Promote your songs with social media
6. GET PAID while your song is streamed 
This is the golden age of music business and you don’t want to miss out on the goldmine that the Internet brings!
Be among the first to know when I launch the book. Join the Artist Management E-book Alert group on Facebook via this link:
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If you book your copy ahead of time, you get a handsome bonus of my first book, 
OVERCOMING YOUR SINGING CHALLENGES. 
This offer ends on the 16th of March, 2018.
To book your copy, contact the publisher on WhatsApp: +2348137107137.
Don’t be the artist who throws in the towel after the release of a single. While some make it to the first EP, quite a lot of recording artists do not give their songs the opportunity to get consistent streams that are capable of offering them a great livelihood.
With my book, HOW TO BUILD A CAREER IN SINGING AND BECOME A SIX FIGURE EARNER IN MUSIC BUSINESS, you will be relieved of the burden of trying to make money from your music through selling CDs. 
I will help you get past that and launch you into the coolest streaming goldmine of our time! You will start getting paid even as you sleep!
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10 Stage Performance Tips for Upcoming Singers by Laura Etemah

As a vocal coach, I have come across singers of a wide variety and mix of genres who are superstars in their own rights. A good percentage of them have star quality voices that will make you wonder why they are not trending already in the music industry.

Having worked with a number of singers, I have come to understand that having a great voice is just a tip of the iceberg when you narrow things down to the set of skills a singer needs to hone.

This immediately draws my attention to a question I normally ask singers. If the guitarist works with a guitar; what does the vocalist work with? And a quick answer usually follows, “The voice!”

Every student of mine already knows that a singer’s instrument is much more than just the voice. The voice is only a third part of the full package. Singers need two other components apart form the voice – the mind and soul.

To find out more about this concept, take a look at my first ebook, Overcoming Your Singing Challenges.

Back to the set of skills a singer needs in order to nail a performance, apart from a great voice is the ability to own the stage and keep your audience glued to you throughout your performance. You gotta have the spice!

Adequate rehearsals and a daring confidence are also key to a successful performance. Most of all, you need to get comfortable in your own skin and really balance up yourself body, soul and spirit while on stage.

You don’t want to get on stage scrambled by nerves. You want to take care of those shivers immediately you sound the first line of your song.

The following tips should help any voice worker achieve the performance success they have always looked forward to:

1. Rehearse on the Stage You Intend to Use for Performance.

This is a very important step to take as it will show your audience how organized you are. Having you entire team to stage the show will help you plan your movements better and you will be perceived as a good stage manager. Besides, you will know where each gadget is placed and where each team member is situated on the stage map – thus, avoiding accidents.

2. Diligent Practice.

I have witnessed singers mumble words of their own songs while performing live. This can be a great put off. You want to ensure you study your songs inside out. Over-prepare if you can. You’d be better off for it.

3. See Venue and Stage Space Before Perfomance.

You don’t want holy surprises while in the middle of a performance, so it is advisable to visit the show venue well ahead of time and see the setup. Check to see where props and gadgets around the stage are placed because you don’t want to trip while doing a dance move.

4. Take Some Timeout to Relax.

Ask the organizers for a space, a quiet room where you can relax, meditate and visualize your performance as you would want It to go. Do not underestimate the power of you mind and inner vision. You become what you think about. So take some time out to see it all come through successfully in your mind’s eye while you calm yourself down. You can also take a light meal, practice deep breathing and go through your vocal warmups at this time.

5. Establish a Connection with Your Audience.

I have had a lot of artist tell me that they were too shy to look at the faces of their listeners. Of what use is it if people have honoured your invitation to watch you perform and you ignore them? Yes, that is what it is – ignore. Performing and looking away from your listeners is as good as ignoring them.

You don’t want to do this. So before hand, learn to look at people straight in the eye while you talk to them. This should help you build the confidence you need to look at your audience while you perform.

Always remember that your audience is the the central focus of all you do while you perform. Smile a lot at them and invite them up stage to dance where necessary. If you connect well with them, you will get a great appreciation at the end of your performance.

6. Ride on the Positive Vibes in the Atmosphere.

Every venue and audience carry a certain vibe – it could either be a positive or negative one. If you are settled within, you will pick this vibration when you mount the stage. It will make you happy or otherwise. Whatever happens, choose the positive vibes and work with them. Search for a smiling face, happy face or interested face and concentrate on it. Feed off that energy until you stabilize. This point is very essential because you will not always meet a friendly audience. But you will find one or two persons who will send you positive energy.

7. Be Prepared for the Unexpected.
Have a backup for your gear in case anything goes wrong. Having a string go off your guitar while you perform can be embarrassing. You want to have an extra guitar to prevent stories that touch. In other words be prepared for the worst-case scenario.

8. Work with a Performance Expert.

This is an area most singers give little or no attention to. It’s ok to want to do everything yourself, so long as it all goes well. But seek a helping hand in areas where you think you may be weak. It is one thing to have a very good voice but another, to know how to move your body along and manage your stage space. I usually advise singers to work with a vocal coach, dance instructor, performance expert or talent manager to bring out the best in their shows.

Remember, if your audience like your show, they will buy the tickets of your next show.

9. Respect Your Co-workers

The success of a staged performance lies in the hands of a co-operative team and not just the singer. If something goes wrong in one department, every other department is affected because they are all interconnected. Hence, you want to treat everyone with respect while on stage. Avoid being bossy like most lead singers do. Don’t stare rudely at a singer who sings off key; same way you should not frown at the audio man because your microphone isn’t working. The audience is always watching and sensing everything going on up stage. You don’t want to put them off in any way so be nice to your crew members.

More So, don’t back your audience for any reason except for choreography. Also play to the video camera once in a while to connect with audiences who may be watching from across the globe.

10. Be Original

In all, stand for what you believe in – your talent and your abilities. Keep to your plan and express yourself sincerely. Singing is a vulnerable art and it is very easy for your listeners to tell if you believe in yourself. 

Don’t change your plan to fit your audience. The confidence you exhude has such a profound effect on your listeners so you want to ensure you are keeping things real. This way you will leave your audience wanting more. 

Stage Performance can be quite difficult and extremely demanding, requiring a great deal of emotional and physical investment to each song. Same way, it can be a highly rewarding experience as can be seen from the audience applause at the end of the show, justifying all the hardwork.


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