5 Performance Psychology Skills All Hip Hop Artists Must Master | SFS034

Whilst it would appear the battle for music stardom happens in the studio, charts or live show. The truth is, the battle happens before any of these things even occur. It’s something very rarely talked about in the music industry, but the psychological skills needed to succeed, will put you miles ahead if you have them.

In this episode, I talk about the 5 Performance Psychology Skills All Hip Hop Artists Must Master before they decide on a career in the business. It’s clear that high achievers in hip hop have these sets of skills, although on the surface you may not notice.

The truth is, the biggest battle we face when we pursue any venture or endeavour in life is the one in our mind. We constantly have to fight those voices, blocks and distractions that drain our energy. If we can overcome them, only then are we free to fully commit to our dreams.

Talent is overrated, mental toughness is underestimated.

I learnt the value of mental toughness later in life, and with the right training and mentors I’ve been able to get rid of most negative programming and strengthen my mind in unimaginable ways. I want you to do the same.

Although our paths to mental toughness may be different, I know when you reach that point of control over your thoughts, feelings and actions you’ll feel like a completely different person. And, if you’re already there, I’d love to know what challenges you’ve had to overcome to get where you are today.

In this episode you’ll discover;

– Why you need mental toughness to become a success recording artist
– How to manage your energy better
– Why you need to be resilient, and how it can help you go further
– How to manage your time, so you can create better art
– 5 psychological tips to become a master achiever

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