- Producer19/06/2016¡A jugar! // Let's play! (Esp & Eng)Imagen de Cirque du SoleilSi algo he aprendido en mis clases de interpretación es que el espectador no quiere ver mi técnica, quiere ver mi corazón.Y cuando acudo a eventos de emprendedores y escucho las ponencias o incluso cuando veo conferencias...
Comments19/06/2016 #17 Pedro GómezLa naturalidad frente a la artificialidad siempre gana en una presentación en público.....de ahí la importancia de la preparación y la formación....totalmente de acuerdo contigo @Mamen Delgado View moreLa naturalidad frente a la artificialidad siempre gana en una presentación en público.....de ahí la importancia de la preparación y la formación....totalmente de acuerdo contigo @Mamen Delgado, y un placer leer un artículo tuyo. saludos. Close19/06/2016 #16 CityVP ManjitFYI @Mamen Delgado this is the link to Alan Geller's piece about theater from which I came away with a far greater appreciation of the value of being involved with theater https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/thank-you-my-mentor-alan-geller this was further supported watching a piece by Kevin Spacey about "sending the elevator back down" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVJbVd8yCbA from there I discovered just how much giving back to actors Spacey does - he walks his talk.19/06/2016 #15 CityVP Manjit#13 When we try acting we discover how challenging it really is and like singing we either have this or we don't but at least in experiencing acting we get insights into being because we are placing ourselves in the mind, spirit and body of another. What I find just as challenging is impromptu - and in impromptu we are not acting, we are facing the moment - so both are great vehicles. If you know the past of @Alan Geller he has actively been involved with theater and through him I learned the value of theater.19/06/2016 #14 CityVP Manjit#1 Dear Dean, the Pat Kelly sketch is exquisite and hits the mark in a way that I would find it difficult to articulate in words alone. Not only are we viewing effective techniques but it puts the audience in the position where they are not just listening to a thought leader but in a potential place of discomfort if they realize the very nature of their own conditioning to thought.
The last thing I would like to be viewed as is as a thought leader, for why are we still leading thought in the 21st Century? This is what Pat Kelly does with such insightful delivery - as he carefully reveals the magic act of tethering an audience - which is revealing the often hidden relationship between the thought leadership and the conditioned audience.
We have a free choice to be led or we can question this leading. We are led in health (the pharmaceutical industry) we are led in media (the control of media) and we are led in education (rote learning). All of this leads to deficiencies in health, media and education - until we appreciate we are the outcome and result of all those three things.
Once we are aware of our own complicity in this, Pat Kelly's sketch is even more insightful and delivers like the purpose of art should be - which is to make us personally think, where leaders create leaders and not simply more product sold as health, more product sold as media and more product sold as education and all of that product constructed of this commodity material called "thought leadership".19/06/2016 #13 Mamen Delgado#12 I totally agree dear @CityVP Manjit. Observation is a way of being on the stage and being on the Earth. Acting for an audience is the most powerful meditation moment I have felt in my life, and it's a kind of connection with one of all those characters I have inside. The best way I have found to learn about myself.19/06/2016 #12 CityVP ManjitIt is true that life is a game and life is stage and in that field be a player or be an actor. There is a space in life where life is not a game and it is not an act and that is a rather precious and personal space.
Where we think that life should not be a game and it should not be an act, that often becomes a confrontation with the real world and this is an unnecessary confrontation, the drama of which eventually becomes something corrupt or a least saps and drains the human spirit rather than add to it, and this experience is the antithesis to the excellence found in sport or theater. It takes imagination to act, it takes physicality to play so we are learning something and extended our learning as we do this.
The most discerning aspect of life is enjoying what is. When @Alan Geller today devotes his attention to Jiddu Krishnamurti in his latest After Dark, pay special regard and attention to it - because "what is" is different from playing and different from acting. All of this is diversity and is a choice we have, it is best to avoid judging these choices but to appreciate them, and so I do appreciate.19/06/2016 #10 Ken BoddieNice buzz, @Mamen Delgado. "All the world's a stage. And all the men and women merely players". Nothing worse than 'reading' to an audience. Being 'off the cuff' and looking like you're 'ad libbing' takes a lot of practice, which is, of course, quite paradoxical. Personally I like to move around the audience, or gathered group, instead of standing at a lectern. I invariably start by apologising for my walking around, telling them I used to play the bagpipes, and how a moving target is more difficult to hit. 🎤😉
- Producer08/06/2016La oratoriaUna de las emociones humanas más primitivas que existen es el miedo. En muchas ocasiones, este miedo carece de bases y no es más que una mentira con apariencia de realidad. No obstante esta emoción es tal que nos puede paralizar. Hablar en público...
Comments09/06/2016 #3 Fernando Santa Isabel LlanosLo primero que debemos hacer es identificar aquello que nos está inmovilizando. Reflexiona sobre la situación que te provoca ese bloqueo. Por ejemplo, ¿por qué no puedes llevar a cabo ese proyecto laboral?, ¿qué está provocando tu inactividad?, ¿para qué te sirve?
Quizás puede ser una situación familiar problemática, una baja autoestima, una alta sensibilidad provocada por algo… Todo ello debemos meditarlo para poder proceder a una solución.#2