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After 10 years on Broadway with “The Phantom,” Sandra Joseph stepped off the stage and came face to face with a brainstem tumor and the death of her father. As the curtains fell away to reveal what really matters in life, Sandra became inspired to help others awaken to their own life’s purpose.
Sandra Joseph of “Phantom” fame offers up her unique insights on how to live authentically, overcome fear and maximize your experience of joy among other poignant tips.
Unmasking What Matters: 10 Life Lessons from 10 Years on Broadway launches on January 23, 2018 in step with the 30th anniversary of “The Phantom of the Opera,” which occurs on January 26th and will be celebrated all year.
Year after year for 10 years, 6 nights a week playing Christine in “The Phantom of the Opera” on Broadway, how did Sandra Joseph keep the role and the performance fresh? She shares a transformational story that changed her perspective and helped her beat burnout for good.
Most people quit their resolutions by the end of January. Imagine the tenacity it takes to perform a leading role on Broadway six nights a week for ten years. Sandra Joseph’s new book talks about the perseverance it takes to reach your goals. She gives you the perspective you need to give your all even when you’re tempted to give up. If you need a poster child on "stick-to-it," you've found your leading lady.
Phantom star Sandra Joseph played one of the most demanding roles on Broadway for nearly a decade. She recommends a Japanese technique called “forest bathing” to help anyone beat stress and reconnect to their creativity, imagination, and to restore their health for long-term peak performance. "Forest bathing" involves leisurely walks in nature while slowing down to be mindful of all the smells, textures, tastes and sights one encounters. Research shows considerable health benefits.
Ever wonder how mastery level performers replenish themselves? One way is hygge Pronounced “HUE-gah,” Sandra Joseph sheds light on this Danish relaxation practice that translates to “coziness” or “dwelling poetically.” It’s about creating peaceful, calm, pleasurable experiences or environments whether alone or with others and it can help anyone maintain peak performance.
When you pass, what will your legacy be? What will you be remembered for? Sandra Joseph of “Phantom” fame unmasks insightful lessons on how to hone in on what really matters in life.
How does a shy girl with paralyzing stage fright become a record-breaking Broadway star? Sandra Joseph, Phantom's longest-running leading lady, says it happened by taking one small risk at a time. She attributes her success to choosing to move toward love instead of letting fear win.
Authenticity is the buzzword of our time. Sandra Joseph, Phantom's longest-running leading lady, shares how bringing more of who we are to what we do is the key to success in the connection economy.
Sandra Joseph, Phantom's longtime leading lady, shares how finding her authentic presence won her the role that changed her life forever. She shares tips on getting out of your own way and unmasking your most authentic, unique voice.
Sandra Joseph, Broadway's longest-running Christine in Phantom, attributes her success to following her inner GPS. She offers tips for listening to your inner voice and tapping into your intuition, based on research that shows the intelligence of the heart.
According to Broadway legend Sandra Joseph, Phantom's record-breaking leading lady, what matters most is not what we do, but who we are. In her new book, Unmasking What Matters, Joseph shares lessons on the value of relationships, gratitude, and compassion for creating a life of meaning, joy, and true abundance.
Sandra Joseph struggled with crippling stage fright before (and sometimes during) her record-breaking run as Christine in The Phantom of the Opera. She shares how mindfulness techniques helped her walk through the vulnerability of sharing her voice and how these same practices can help others find the courage to be seen and heard.
All too often, fear stops us from sharing what we have to offer in life. We try to stay off the radar, but when we do, we forfeit the opportunity to make an impact. If we want to reach our full potential, we have to silence our inner critic and learn to take risks. Broadway star Sandra Joseph explains.
Sandra Joseph calls the transition to life’s “second act” our chrysalis phase, reminding us that it’s natural to feel anxiety about the future, self-doubt about starting over or desperation to hurry up the process and become that butterfly now. Transitions are tough, but they don’t last forever. Sandra shares how to follow your heart to discover joy and purpose in the second half of life.
Who needs hygge? Pronounced “HUE-gah,” Sandra Joseph sheds light on this Danish relaxation practice that translates to “coziness” or “dwelling poetically.” It’s about creating peaceful, calm, pleasurable experiences or environments whether alone or with others.
“Phantom” star Sandra Joseph beats stress and connects with her inner joy and purpose through a new Japanese technique called “forest bathing.” It involves leisurely walks in nature while slowing down to be mindful of all the smells, textures, tastes and sights one encounters.
Sandra Joseph spent nearly 10 years playing Christine in “The Phantom of the Opera” on Broadway. She shares how to find your "field of power" for mastery-level performance.
Sandra Joseph describes her father as “my person, the one who always supported me and believed in me.” His death sent her deep into despair. From that place, she discovered a new capacity for love, beauty and compassion.