Susan Boyle interview - N. J. Lindquist

Susan Boyle interview

Susan BoyleIf you aren't familiar with the Susan Boyle story, or if you haven't seen this interview, I highly recommend watching it.

Susan Boyle interview with Meredith Vieria

Three things about this interview intrigued me.

1. The way that Susan handles herself, seeming to take control of each situation she's in, yet with a great deal of modesty. For someone with so little training or experience in public speaking, she exudes strength and calmness.

2. I think a lot of creative people will relate to her. Somewhere inside we think we know who we are, but the rest of the world often has no idea, and it's very easy to doubt ourselves. So it's a bit of a shock for us to discover that others really do believe we're as good as we dreamed/hoped/suspected we were.

3. I also understood her talking about productive nervousness of being onstage. A part of you knows this is a huge deal and you might totally mess up, but the other part of you is thinking, just give me the mic!

And, yes I bought and like ber CDs!

  • Lamb says:

    Thanks Nancy for sharing this interview and allowing us to see Susan after her initial triumph. I am so glad her beautiful voice will be heard many more times. I look forward to buying her CD too!

    Mary;. All the best!!

  • Mary Haskett says:

    Thanks Nancy for sharing this interview and allowing us to see Susan after her initial triumph. I am so glad her beautiful voice will be heard many more times. I look forward to buying her CD too!

    Mary

  • Kathie Chiu says:

    Thanks for sharing this. I think what has happened to Susan Boyle has given many people hope and courage to reach for their dreams. She is a real lady and I wish her well.

  • I am just amazed by Susan’s courage to do what she always wanted to do and to succeed, probably beyond her expectations as well, never mind the judges’ initial misgivings. I too await her CD.

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