THE FIRST TIME I CO-HEADLINED A STAND UP COMEDY SHOW (MY THOUGHTS ON HOW I DID)


On July 7, 2019 I had the opportunity to co-headline a show with my good friend Niek Theelen. This video explains how I felt and how I did, if I could’ve done better. I believe most comedians are very hard on themselves when performing a show almost every night. Call it the comedian condition. You want to do better and usually you do great, but no matter what happens you are always going to be hard on yourself. I took a personal video from the show of my set, and even though I had most people laughing all night long, Even I thought I could do better, again it is the comedian condition. Always do your best, always try something new, but most of all always stick to what you know will work. I think this advice is flawed as well, as you may learn in time. Every room is different, but once you have something that works, you will do better, even at the same time thinking you did bad, most likely you did okay. Thank you for reading and checking out the video as well.


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is video explains how I felt and how I did, if I could’ve done better. I believe most comedians are very hard on themselves when performing a show almost every night. Call it the comedian condition. You want to do better and usually you do great, but no matter what happens you are always going to be hard on yourself. I took a personal video from the show of my set, and even though I had most people laughing all night long, Even I thought I could do better, again it is the comedian condition. Always do your best, always try something new, but most of all always stick to what you know will work. I think this advice is flawed as well, as you may learn in time. Every room is different, but once you have something that works, you will do better, even at the same time thinking you did bad, most likely you did okay. Thank you for reading and checking out the video as well.

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