We have the ability to ask 10,000 people what a good song would be for a 7-8 year-olds musical theatre solo.
We can join a group where colleagues will share with us how they marketed their studio and all of the promotions and trials they did that were a smashing success.
We can pick songs and create dances based on what we think people would like to see or dancers would like to do, or what we think would score well.
All of this is not for nothing, but none of it will work if it doesn’t move you from the core, if it doesn’t feel right and natural, if it’s not coming from you, if it’s not consistent.
My biggest flops were when I was trying to emulate someone or something else because I thought it was better than what I could create or be on my own.
Let your flops and failures be YOUR flops and failures. Only then can your massive successes truly belong to you.