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Welcome to this episode of Show Up and Shine, a podcast, all about helping busy business owners get out of their own way in order to take the time to be more fully present to the nudging's of their inner voice, articulate their key messages, and show up to share their wisdom with authenticity and heart.
I’m Bec, a professional singer, actor, mum, wife, and all-round creative business boss, who runs Bec Djapovic Creative, where me and my team help you boost your confidence, get more visible, and make a bigger impact in the world with clever copywriting, high-quality voice-overs, and speaking coaching - so that you can achieve your dreams in business and life, without losing your humanity or burning out.
Joining me on today’s episode is Dorothy May. She is a multi-talented musician who got her Bachelor's degree through the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts, a vocal teacher, stand-up comedy facilitators and an activist working to raise awareness around misplaced people in detention centres and survivors of sexual assault.
She's a vocalist, ukulele player, guitarist and pianist, who can add colour to any atmosphere with folk-pop, bring romance with soulful ballads and create a revolution with the classics. She takes us to the core of what music is all about, human connection.
In this episode with Dotty, you'll hear:
Her desire to live a life where she expresses herself freely and encourages others to do the same. And how that drives her work in her everyday life
How she uses the principles of stand up comedy to support people in learning to build confidence on stage
How she helps her vocal students strip back the layers of ‘pretence’ and ‘deflective humour’ to nurture and encourage their serious creative and artistic identities