393: Tranea Prosser: Building Her Passion Into True Comedy
Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with Tranea Prosser.
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Todays guest is Tranea Prosser, a lady who likes nothing more than having a laugh, and when it comes to making her listeners and audience laugh then she is in heaven.
Where ever there are ears to hear, and a sound system to project her voice, she has been bringing laughter to folks in all sorts of venues.
And she does it in a clean, non-profane manner…pleasing to audiences of all ages — from kids to senior citizens.
It seems performing was pre-ordained for this Texas native, as both her mom and dad were singers of some note…with her late father, Harvey, being a member of the Soul Savers quartet.
She has also sung in church choirs for most of life…as well as of course being a comedian, singer, and author of the book “Celibacy: What was I thinking?”
She is flexing the old hustle muscle everyday, and making the most of every opportunity that comes her way.
But what I find amazing is that like all of us she has started and worked in jobs that seem a total wrong choice to make, and from an outsider point of view seem madness.
She has spent years working as an administrative assistant, and a legal secretary for the attorney general of Texas, responding to inquiries and general complaints.
But were these the jobs that actually helped light the passions and started her working towards where she is today?
Did she realise that although paying the bills, the roles were actually holding her back from a life of enjoyment and fun?
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs in todays Free podcast, with the one and only Tranea Prosser
During the show we discussed such weighty topics as:
Why she is so surprised how she now finds herself on stage, making people laugh, as being a comedian was never an entry on her bucket list.
How she had to dig deep to find the courage and commitment to write her book even though she never thought it was something that the world was waiting for.
How she never felt scared when stepping up onto the stage, no matter how large the crowd, and thrives in front of an audience.
How a talent is what you were naturally given, but a skill is one that you have to learn, and we should all look deep within ourselves to find the talent.
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