SELF-SABOTAGE IN THE POLE DANCING INDUSTRY

Often times, I see performers sabotaging their success by not practicing and preparing hard enough for a performance. I feel this is self-sabotage. Saying, “I am just going to wing it,” gives them an excuse when things don’t turn out as good as they should’ve. Meanwhile if they prepare and work as hard as they can and it doesn’t turn out the way they wanted they feel they have to take full responsibility for their fail.
Remember with any performance comes responsibility to give your best. Just winging it is not an option and won’t remove accountability. A pro preps till their toenails fall off. An amateur wings it so it’s easy to hide behind self-sabotage. That’s the only difference between an amateur and a professional. As performers we hold with each performance — no matter how big or small the event is — the responsibility to inspire and move others giving 100%.

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