From Stage Fright to Broadway Star with Sandra Joseph

From Stage Fright to Broadway Star with Sandra Joseph

From Stage Fright to Broadway Star
with Sandra Joseph

Sandra Joseph is a history-making Broadway star, a #1 international bestselling author, and a keynote speaker. Her legendary run as Christine Daaé in The Phantom of the Operaspanned ten years and more than 1,300 performances, and earned her the record as the longest-running leading lady in the longest-running Broadway show of all time. She has been seen on numerous national broadcasts, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, The Today Show, Dateline, The Early Show, The View, and Oprah: Where Are They Now?

Sandra is on a mission to empower other people’s voices. Her one-of-a-kind musical keynote programs inspire audiences to become world-class performers and unmask what matters most in their lives and careers.

Sandra is a member of The Transformational Leadership Council, a group of 100 top thought leaders. Some of the luminaries that endorse her work are Jack Canfield, Mark Nepo, Martha Beck, Marci Shimoff, and SARK. Sandra is the author of Unmasking What Matters: 10 Life Lessons from 10 Years on Broadway. She is also the coauthor, with five-time New York Timesbest-selling author Caroline Myss, of Your Creative Soul: Expressing Your Authentic Voice. Sandra is married to her costar from The Phantom of the Opera, actor Ron Bohmer. They currently reside in Southern California.

How does a young woman with crippling stage fright become a record-breaking Broadway star? Sandra Joseph spent nearly a decade playing Christine in “The Phantom of the Opera.” Now, she is on a mission to empower other people’s voices through her work as a keynote speaker and author of the new book, “Unmasking What Matters.” Welcome, Sandra.

Join in today and learn exactly how Sandra Joseph LEVELED UP and created EVERYTHING from NOTHING!

On this episode, you will learn:

  • How sometimes our gifts are meant to push us out of our comfort zone
  • Why you should embrace your voice
  • Why our past fears don’t control us

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