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I don’t mean to brag, but it is necessary to show that I have some results behind what I am going to explain (so that you might pay attention more!).
I won at several international competitions for performance.
To name a few of 1st prize: New York Talent contest (for the final round, I mixed cooking and dancing in an unique way); Halloween contest in performaing arts’ department of American university (injured Samurai/ break dancer with hand-made costume); Asia and Pacific regional PPT presentation contest (all the slide was my drawing without texts with story telling, which got me 5,000 USD award); street dance contests in Mongolia, the US, and Japan, etc.
Am I naturally very talented on performance? No.
Am I physically gifted? Not at all (I was a fat boy without physical skill and discipline).
Have I practiced performance since I was small? No. I started dancing when I was 19.
Then how did I achieve all those?
I learned how to organize performance.
Nowadays, in any field, we need to present and perform more and more (ideas, project, sales, etc.), which means you need to stand out among other rivals. That is not easy task at all. With that in mind, in this post, I would like to share some tips on performance, mainly through my dancer’s experience.