Have you ever witnessed a performer whose utter engrossment and presence in the moment prevented you from taking your eyes off of them? They’re dancing crazily, running across the stage, and singing their hearts out. That performer had charisma on stage. Simply put, having stage presence means being present while performing. Instead of wishing you were somewhere else, you are there. People attended your concert and likely paid admission. Therefore, you should appear and entertain them. An entertaining performance that people will talk about to their friends can be distinguished from a dull performance by a strong sense of stage presence. It might assist in converting a casual admirer into a super admirer or a business partner from a super admirer. So, from my experiences performing on stage and from observing other artists, here are some things I’ve learned about stage presence. You are a difficult person. You have countless aspirations, phobias, eccentricities, and beliefs. The true you resembles a stew. It is challenging to distinguish any one flavor in particular because the tastes blend together. However, you are not required to be a stew on stage. You have the potential to be an exquisite dish that no one else has ever experienced. Putting metaphor aside, the audience will love it if you overstate your own originality. Performers frequently make the error of believing that they must alter who they are in order for their stage persona to appeal to the audience. That will only lead to disaster. You don’t want to spend years completely changing who you are. Both you and the crowd will feel the negative effects on your mental health. However, if you create a persona based on your most distinctive qualities, you’ll remain authentic throughout.