Learning How to Sing Online Feels Lonely

Learning How to Sing Online Feels Lonely


Learning how to sing online feels lonely sometimes. We want to be great singers. We want to inspire audiences and fans with our voices. We want to be the lead singer in the band. We want to sing amazing songs. We want the leading roles in the great shows. We want to share our hearts.


As singers, or students of singing, these are our dreams. The pursuit of these dreams gets lonely…especially when we’re learning to do it by ourselves…online.


If you’re one who feels lonely sometimes, come…let’s talk about it.


Hi. I’m Chuck Gilmore with Power to Sing.


If you’re one who feels lonely sometimes, I say bless you! You are not alone!


If sometimes you get discouraged watching videos, practicing vocal exercises, reading vlogs, and working on vocal technique… bless you for your effort! In time, you’ll see yourself improve.


If it’s hard at times and the exercises don’t seem to be working… bless you for your practice. In time your singing will get better and better.


If it’s taking longer than you expected and you’re finding it hard to break old habits, or you’re uncertain you’re doing things right…bless you for sticking with it! Your work will pay off!


If your voice doesn’t seem to be working like you’re hoping…bless you for your patience.


If at times you feel some progress and you’re able to sing higher and easier…bless you in your successes.


If you’re starting to feel vibrato or your pitch’s improving and your tone’s getting better…bless you in your progress!


If you find singing songs is much harder than doing the exercises…bless you for coming this far!


If you get depressed or discouraged and your singing dreams seem impossible to reach…bless you for your persistence. The fulfilment of your dreams is getting closer.


If at times you wonder if anyone else has ever felt this way before…bless you in your journey. Someday you’ll inspire others.


Bless you for your effort. Bless you for your practice. Bless you for sticking with it. Bless you for your patience. Bless you in your successes. Bless you in your progress. Bless you for coming this far. Bless you for your persistence. Bless you in your journey.


Little by little you’ll experience breakthroughs. Suddenly a bigger success happens with your singing. Things start making sense to you. Your voice improves. You get better at singing songs.


Dreams start coming true. You get the gigs you want. You win the leading roles. Compliments about your voice flood into your life.


You begin succeeding as a singer. You goals and your dreams are being fulfilled.


Learning how to sing online feels lonely, but you’re not alone.


I see you..and blessings on you and on all the work you’re doing on your exciting singing journey.


I’m Chuck Gilmore with Power To Sing.


If you long to do more with your singing it is possible. This is the first and most important message. It is possible to achieve your dreams to sing better, to sing higher, to add beauty, confidence and power to your voice! I know this because I’ve experienced a real change in my voice that has enabled me to reach my dreams and desires to sing and perform and really find happiness and fulfillment! And so have my students. I want to help you do the same!

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  1. Chuck, I’ve turned a corner in my life and feel it is time to retire from singing, but I ended on a high note with my last Christmas program. The music was challenging; notes in areas of the break felt forced and unnatural. This led me to an online search where I found your website and direct answers that, with hard work and commitment, paid off in an amazingly short time. I sang with confidence and enjoyment at the concert and received many compliments from fellow singers and audience. Your methods really work, and your online presence a real blessing. Was I lonely learning how to sing online? No, not really; you were there all the way.

  2. Thanks for sharing, Margo!

  3. Thanks Ananda!

  4. Thank you so much for your encouragement, Chuck! It gets really lonely and discouraging at times… The questions arise like: is it even making sense? Am I getting any better? Should I quit? Will people like my new sound? =)
    Probably just a part of the path! Thanks for inspiring! =)

  5. Thanks, Chuck. I am still with it after two years now! I love singing more than ever and this is credited in part to yourself, an older, distinguished gentleman like myself.
    I have taken a further step and joined a quartet where I am the only male voice. Whoa…what? Yup. These singers are legit and that is really the way to improve: surround yourself with those you want to be like.
    I have enjoyed the journey so far. I have had some good gigs and some garbage ones. I even had one where I was like Marty McFly in Back to the Future – playing and singing Annie´s Song at a show….I COULD NOT PLAY. It was the last song, too. It sucked. Hard. What do you do in that situation? Well…..you call up a few buddies from the crowd and belt out Friends in Low Places! That is what I did! It was a great end to the show!
    In a way, singing has been a lot like jui-jitsu. I catch a tap now and again and even choke some guys out but I still get smashed on the regular. Improving. Always improving. Fighting and singing. Good times!
    I hope you and yours had a Merry Christmas, Chuck!
    Thanks again for all of your help.


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