For over 30 years, Glenn Robbins has been one of the funniest and most loved performers in Australia. From The Comedy Company and Kath & Kim, to The Panel and of course Russell Coight, Glenn has guaranteed his spot in the comedy history books.
But Glenn hasn’t always seen it that way. From a young age he was told he was “average”, and despite his many successes, has dealt with a lifetime of performance anxiety.
In this edition of The Vulnerabilitea House, Glenn opens up and tells us how he manages to ignore the ‘bad voice’ in his head that tells him he’s not good enough, and instead listen to the ‘good voice’, so he can face his fears and make good work he’s proud of.
We highly encourage you to listen to this episode – especially while power-walking through the suburbs with a set of hand weights.
To listen to Glenn’s podcast with Dave O’Neil, click this link: https://apple.co/3O41PZv
To watch Shane Warne on The Panel, click this link: https://bit.ly/39DB1R0
Book recommendation Before & Laughter by Jimmy Carr can be found here: https://amzn.to/3y3Xss7
Book recommendation From Strength To Strength by Arthur C Brooks can be found here: https://amzn.to/3OqJQfS