Michael Paul He revealed the one thing he would never do on stage.
The 60-year-old singer was discussing his life and career along with his long-term collaborator Alfie Bo On the High performance podcast.
While discussing a file Psychological health Struggle, the singer revealed that he wouldn’t let his personal life bleed in his performance.
“No matter what was going on offstage in our lives, you would never, ever, ever take it on stage,” the singer told hosts Jake Humphrey and Damien Hughes.
The star also offered his advice for dealing with the mental health of those who may be struggling.
“My advice has always been to share and open up when you need someone you can talk to,” he said.
Paul also explained how comforting he often feels in a famous quote from William Shakespeare village.
And the greatest, the answer to the greatest philosophy in the world. The greatest answer to everything, he said, is that “this too shall pass.”
“Success is not forever. Neither is failure.” You will find ways to change your life. I really believe in that.”
Paul and Bowie went on to discuss the modern-day tendency to rush through life and search for the next fulfillment. Paul believes it is important to enjoy the moments of success when we have them, before moving on to new plans.
“Smell the roses, because it’s easy to forget,” West End Hairspray star offered.
Enjoy sharing your success [and] Realize that anything you have achieved, you did not do it alone.
“I did it because of countless other people, positive and negative. Thank them. Always be grateful for what you have achieved.”
Jake Humphrey and Damien Hughes will be touring the UK with high performance Live show next year.
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