It is time for the 2020 Stand-Up Comedy Goals TRACKER episode. This show is a nerdy, comprehensive deep dive into measurable comedy goals for sand-up comedians. Fame and fortune are payoffs, but not necessarily great goals. And, goals in and of themselves won’t make you funnier than anyone else. But they should make you funnier than you are now if you set them correctly. Without them, you may find yourself immersed in bitterness and resent everyone else’s success.
“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” – Henry David Thoreau
In this episode, we talk about specific daily, weekly, monthly and annual Stand-Up Comedy goals. It is the behind the scenes planning that no performer admits to doing (and many don’t). But you aspire to be better than you are now, so you are thinking strategically about the year ahead. Congratulations!
We cover four areas of goals in this 2020 Stand-Up Comedy Goals Podcast episode. Specifically:
Writing – how much time are you giving yourself to be creative and develop material?
Performing – are you getting out of the house and getting on stage enough to see progress?
Earning – what is your income from comedy and related skills?
Investing – how much are spending to get your name out there so people can find you?
2020 STAND-UP COMEDY GOALS PODCAST BONUS!
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If you are really interested in achieving goals but have had trouble, check out this blog post: “What Is Holding You Back?”
As in all things in life, you want to make sure your family is on board with your goals.
Remember – your ability plus your work ethic equals your opportunities. So, set some short and long term goals and make sure to generate opportunities through focused effort.
Club 52 is a one-year program designed to challenge you to get bigger, better and more bookable. You will be prompted to examine your material, performance and business practices via email each week.
You will define your stage persona, style and point of view. You will learn how to create expectations through your marketing, branding and introductions. From nailing your elevator pitch, to refining your value proposition, you will learn how to make it easier for bookers to hire you.
Meet comics from around the country during a quarterly online “hangout”. As a group, we tackle our top struggles and how to approach overcoming them. Think of it as your personal monthly mastermind group. Over the course of the year you will learn how to get more gigs, and leverage every opportunity that comes your way.
Club 52 is available to anyone supporting the podcast through Patreon at $7 a month or more. To learn more about Patreon, just click here. Or go to SchoolOflaughs.com/Patreon.