How To Keep Your Voice During Flu Season

  Over the past 2 months I have seen more messages on Facebook of my fellow Speakers, Singers, Trainers, Coaches, and friends begging for help, solutions, and concoctions to save their voice during this season of sickness. I haven’t been sick enough to miss a performance ever in my 18 year career.  That doesn’t mean I didn’t do all it took to get through certain gig, but I haven’t had a real lost my voice from sickness in years.   DISCLAIMER: I’m not a Doctor.  I never even went to college.  So consult a physician before you say I told
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3 Incredible Movies In Theaters Now

      It is rare to have 3 must-see movies in theaters at the same time, but here are the ones you, if really serious about being in show business or being on stage, need to consider rushing to see: The Disaster Artist – I saw it a few days after it came out.  I was so knocked out I went the next night.  And then again last weekend.  Yes, James Franco just deservedly won the Golden Globe for Best Actor for his portrayal of the infamous Tommy Wiseau and the true bizarre story of the making of the
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How to Get Through The Bad Days

A speaker who came to see me recently, upon listening to my regaling of what had happened at my last event, said, “Gosh, I didn’t realize Jason Hewlett had bad days on stage”. Well, that’s nice of you to think that…and a bit terrifying. My goodness, we all have them! Think of your worst from this past year. Mine include: Doing a fundraiser, and one of my only public shows, in my neighborhood and about 20-30 people showed up! Losing events to Hurricane Harvey and Irma in Houston and Florida within one week of each other and taking a lot
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