I recently returned from the Sweet Adeline International Competition in Denver, and had an amazing week listening to the over 2,500 singers who graced the competition stage. Having worked with many of the choruses competing, I know that the setting of goals was a part of their competition preparation. How each group felt about their competition experience (no matter what the result) was closely tied to how they framed their competition goals.
Goals can inspire you and give you focus and direction, yet they can also cripple you and provide mental interference that can negatively affect your experience.
Click here to read the feature article (5 Killer Myths about Goals) in my latest e-newsletter to find out if your approach to goal-setting might be doing your chorus more harm than good.
To your possibilities,