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The Professional Level covers all the lessons of singing on a performance level. This is the level where you will truly experience the wonderful power of your voice as you apply all the techniques you have learned from the Advanced Level.
At this level, you will also be  guided as to which of the  two basic directions of professional singing you are going to take: The Recording Artist and/or the Stage Performer. There will be a step by step guide on each direction.

The lessons on physical and mental preparation as well as the exercises on idealization, visualization, verbalization, and materialization will enable you to really make the right choice of where you want to go with your singing career.

Lastly, we will also discuss in this level the rare opportunity to work with me, not just as your vocal music coach,  but an over-all coach and mentor who will guide you along the way so that you will become successful as a professional singer, whether as a recording artist or a stage performer, or both.


Success in the music industry as a professional singer has a lot to do with self mastery. In this lesson, you will be learning a lot about how to raise the bar of your own self image as an artist. To say the least, you will be able to really discover your unique self and personality.

Here are some of the success topics that you will be learning in this lesson:

  • How to develop a definiteness of purpose

  • How to assemble an attractive personality

  • How to go the extra mile

  • How to create personal initiative

  • How to build a positive mental attitude

  • How to enforce self discipline

  • How to learn from adversity and defeat

  • How to cultivate creative vision

  • How to maintain sound health

  • How to budget your time and money


We can only do what we need to do when we are healthy. In other words, we need to take care of our own health to be able to sing professionally. But how do we really take care of our health? This is the main topic in this lesson.

At the end of this lesson, I expect you to be able to really and truly understand the importance and value of taking care of your health.

A few of the things that you will learn from this lesson:


  • How to sing for long hours without straining your throat...

  • How to improve your stamina so that you don't feel tired after a two-hour performance in a concert...

  • How to avoid fatigue and stay always fresh every time you perform whether in the studio or on the stage...

  • How to learn some basic physical exercises that will help you prepare for any professional singing engagement with 100% confidence for best performance...


Your mind is very powerful. It can go wherever you want it to go. Along this line, it is very important to have the right mental preparation whenever you are performing either on stage or in the recording studio.

In this lesson, you will learn to discover the different powers your mind is capable of doing in order to help you achieve your goals as a professional singer.

This lesson covers the following very important topics:

  • Idealization

  • Visualization

  • Verbalization

  • Materialization


At the end of this lesson I expect you to be able to understand these mind powers and use them to achieve your goals.

LESSON 4: YOUR OPTIONS (Recording Artist or Stage Performer)

Generally, there are so many opportunities in the music industry. However, as an aspiring singer, basically, you have two options: to be a recording artist or to be a stage performer.

Now, don't get me wrong. This is not an "either/or" dillema. You may want to become both a stage performer and a recording artist as with several singers who indeed became successful.

However, it is very important to identify which direction you want to follow first in your singer career. In other words, you need to decide that for a certain period of time, say, a year or two, you just want to perform on stage or you just want to record songs. This decision is very important to establish your name in the music industry.

In this lesson I will be able to help you assess your potential and your inclination according to the results of some tests that you will undergo as to which direction you will take.

These tests do not produce iron-clad, you-can't-change-it-anymore, that's it, type of results. No. These are merely guide posts for you. At the end of the day, it's your choice. If it's to be, it's up to you, as they say.

One thing I can promise you: at the end of this lesson, it will be very clear to you the direction that you want to take so that your success will be inevitable. 


Once you have decided to start as a recording artist,  you need to learn how to become a successful recording artist. The next two lessons will be dedicated mainly to you as an aspiring recording artist.

Here's some of what you'll learn from this lesson:

  • How to tap into different resources available in the recording industry by simply doing your homework.

  • How to prepare your material before you go in the recording studio.

  • How to make the most out of your limited studio time. 

  • How to establish a good working relationship with all the studio personnel. 


At the end of this lesson, I shall expect you to understand and follow the different rules of how it works in the recording studio so you will be ready to record your first song. Whether your first song is a cover song or your own original composition, the decision is entirely up to you. Whatever it is, know that I will always be here to help you.

LESSON 6: CAREER COACHING (Recording Artist)

Coaching is not only applicable to sports people. In my very humble opinion, every person who wants to become successful in what he/she does, needs a coach. I myself have a coach in the different areas of my life. As a Career Coach, I have a coach that guides me how to become successful as a career coach.

It is very important that someone guides you along the way as a recording artist. Definitely, you will need a Career Coach.

At the end of this lesson, you shall be able to learn the following:

  • The Power of Coaching

  • Why would you need a Coach?

  • How does coaching work?

  • Your Attitude towards coaching

  • How to choose the best Coach?


Performing in front of a live audience has always a very fascinating experience to me. I could still very much picture in my mind the power of such an event in my career and can't help but reminisce the most wonderful feeling of being applauded after.

I have so much to share with you in this lesson. Some of the topics that we will be covering are the following:

  • Familiarization of the Stage

  • Mastery of your Repertoire

  • Your Motivation and Inspiration

  • Your Mission and Purpose

  • Your Attitude towards the Audience


A Coach's job is to see to it that you get the  most out of your performance. This means both for your own fulfillment and for audience's delight.

When you have a Coach, you are guided what to do but the decision will still be up to you.

In this lesson we will be covering the following topics:

  • The Power of Coaching

  • Why would you need a Coach?

  • How does coaching work?

  • Your Attitude towards coaching

  • How to choose the best Coach?


If you don't know where you're going, it would be very hard to get there. The worse thing is, you might even end up in a place where you don't like.

In your singing career, the most important thing is to follow a plan of action that suits your personal objectives.

Planning is a very important part of becoming successful in life. Remember, people don't plan to fail, but rather, they just fail to plan.

Whatever you have decided about your singing career, the most important thing is you follow your dream.

In this lesson you shall study and learn principles of success and how to apply them into your own situation.

Remember that where you are now is the result of the decisions that you've made five years ago. In the same manner, where you will be five years from now is the result of the decision that you'll make today.


This last lesson gives you a list of resources that you might be able to tap into in your singing career.

I have identified some of the areas where you need to do a little bit more of research as you need them to help you in your career:

  • Recording Studios

  • Recording Companies

  • Musical Groups and Bands

  • Vocal Music Coaches

  • Vocal Music Schools

  • Vocal Music Groups

  • Vocal Music Associations and Clubs

  • School Associations on Vocal Music

  • Internet Group Forums on Vocal Music

  • International Organizations on Vocal Music

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