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256 weeks ago, by James
Flying high after an event
Do you find it difficult to 'come down' after you've been up in front of an audience? I often find myself buzzing until the early hours unable to sleep which is fine unless I'm delivering again the next day.

How do you bring yourself down after an event?
256 weeks ago, by Jackie
It happens to us all. I heard that even Princess Diana hated gong home to an empty Palace after being publicly feted.
256 weeks ago, by Simon
For me, like others who work the same way I do, it's easy to come down. The act of performing is draining and - while the adrenaline and my professionalism would never let me show that on stage - once I'm finished there's nothing I want more than a cup of tea and some piece-and-quiet!
256 weeks ago, by James
Do you come out as an introvert or extravert when you take tests, Simon?
256 weeks ago, by Simon
It depends on the event. I do so many caricaturing parties that they can vary wildly in character and atmosphere. It's the occasional ones where I'm made to feel like a brilliant artistic genius which take a while to come down from. I often need a quiet meal and drink on the way home and by the time I reach the end of the Northern Line I'm ready for bed.
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