Latest Ways to Being a Great Door Supervisor on February 2009!

February 24, 2009

The latest solo stronger dance routine and a duo at the end in Door SupervisorPaul’s Blog has a new page entry with a video of the Dancing Door Supervisor A tip for anyone thinking of being a doorman: Door Supervisors must be very committed to lower ranked Door Supervisor as they are expected to hold regular training meetings and briefings prior to work in a pub for updates, etc.

Another tip is: You must do all the practise you can to be the best Door Supervisor you can be, experience of security is useful, you can better create the image you are going to portray of a man able to handle himself and anything else that comes by in a calm and confident manner. Another great tip is: Have plenty of drink Shirt and towel, be ready to show emotional and into the character of being a Door Supervisor

* A Learn Dance technique is work on being a dancer as any dance can be learned, practiced and improved. Select a piece of song you really like and which makes you want to move every time you hear it, does it inspire you?

Another Dance secret is: Find time and a venue where you can be alone or with dance partner, with plenty of room to move and some mirrors or a camcorder would be helpful.

* In the Secure ebook section there is a new ebook called Maximum Google adwords so grab a copy as its free today especially if you wish to learn more about creating websites and using Google adwords with it. Facts about ebooks A user viewing an electronic page on an eBook reading device An e-book (short for electronic book, also written eBook) is the digital media equivalent of a printed book. Such documents are usually read on websites, or on dedicated hardware devices known as an e-book device. Many mobile phones can also be used to read eBooks.


Pointers on how to be a good disc jockey

February 18, 2009

Recommendations on how to be a good dj

What seperates a superb dj from a terrible quality one?

One demonstration of the type of poor entertainers is them not caring about the audience response to the sounds being mixed. Another thing for the entertainer to avoid is too much playing of music they either like or a familiar set over the audience vinyl taste which is usually accompanied with refusing play of requested records. In addition though a entertainer can also be a bad one simply because of the selection of records they have available. This can contribute to the other characteristics of bad dj behaviour. A terribledj often cause a party to be ruined. This will cuase the revellers will enjoy themselves less. If the party is a domestic one then the guests will stay a bit to be polite to the host but will ultimately leave by up to 2 hours sooner than they would have done with a more experienced dj. This will result to the party being remembered as a failure and the disc jockey too. The dj will rarely get a good reference or any spin off gigs as a result. If the event within a night club context the venue would also have detrimental impact on its reputation. In addition the terrible entertainer means that within the commercial situation reduced amounts of alcohol will have been purchased. A dancing reveller will purchase more from the bar whilst at the venue and stay there longer to purchase further alcohol. Only about a week ago I observed a situation where in a club two people were buying drinks and made a request for various records which the dj made excuses for not playing despite the fact the small crowd there were not paying much interest in the music anyway, which resulted in the two people leaving dissatisified, whom had they stayed there would probably have bought further .A bad will impact a venue income for that night in the form of takings for the gig possible future ones due to loss of reputation and potentially new special offers to heighten reputation. The entertainer may well lose future employement as a result. Advice of what the entertainer is recommended to do to be successful. They should to find out the style of music that their audience prefer hear.There is various strategies for obtaining this knowledge. entertainer should ask the party host or club owner their guests’ preferred vinyl a minimum of a week in advance of the night they are to be playing. If the situation is a commercial one in a public house then it would be sensible that the dj visit the public house on a number of different days of the week and it is essential to go there at least the day of the week that your gig is to be performed. Once there as this is business related it is not appropiate to be becoming intoxicated or being over familiar with others their. This is because the visit is for reconnaisance of the usual crowd for that day of the week. It is time to focus on senses focused in order to establish the tastes of those you wil likely to be disk jockeying to. The eyes should be watching movement of the clubbers to the music. Even when the dance floor is empty there are still other indicators of clubbers’ musical preferences. For example foot tapping, hand and head movements to the vinyl. The more movements the more the crowd are enjoying the records. It is useful to either make a memorise the reaction to certain records. If your memory is poor this information could be recorded in a note pad but it would be most advisable to store such information in a mobile phone as its more subtle. Also it is important to find out who are the “trend setters” or those that many others tend to follow most, and what their favourite artists and records are. The reason for this is that once the goal of getting them on the dance floor has been reached the others will follow. For a domestic party this opertunity does not exist so you can only rely on asking the questions two weeks in advance face to face, by email, letter or on the telephone. Having obtained musical tastes it is time to acquire as much of that type of vinyl. In addition to this though the current top 40 chart records should be included also. It will be embarrassing if someone requests a song from the present top 40 and you do not have it with you when playing on your night. Also it is reccommended to have some general party records too such as “The Time Warp”, “Cha Cha Slide”, “Amarillo” and some other general music that has been popular at some point. On the day of the gig there is the opertunity to view the party goers reaction to the vinyl played also. In fact if the party is domestic and not in a commercial professional venue (context then this is the sole chance. On the night of the gig you should also look out for the “trend setters” that the rest respect. It is suggested that the music played is that they prefer, although of course requests are important too, and if it is a private party the host’s favourites must come first. The flow of the party is important too. In general the loudness, and type of music for different stages of the evening. The early part of the night will usually be the reveller’s chat time so it is important that the songs are not too loud and are the gentler ones within the styles preferred by the revellers. I have seen a party clear because loud,heavy fast music were performed too early in the night. An hour and a half later the environment will change as more people have had a few drinks and plenty of conversation so will begin to want to get on the floor, from then onwards the music can get a harder and higher in bpm. Generally it can be said that the party vibe needs to be progressively wound up. This recognised pattern of events can be different though if the party has a meal involved. In that context the party may need to be wound down with quieter and gentler vibes again as people tend to chat again whilst eating. For birthday and wedding partys the winding down and up of the vibe may also be necessary to fit round announcements. One very useful tip though is if the dance floor has been killed for any reason which could be due to a speech, meal, unexpected situation such as a fight or even a poor track being played, the situation can be saved with the use of a familiar party record such as “cha Cha Slide” or a cheesy well known Bee Gees disco track.

Street dancing routine to ‘Stronger’

January 16, 2009

Found  with very good, street dancing routine to the music ‘Stronger’ by two guys of the Bognor RDM 16.

Apparently their latest Video on a website of Dancing and other video stuff, but specially a video of ‘Bognor RDM 16’ with two dancers popping & locking to the beat and rhythm of ‘Stronger’ which is an awesome piece of music for street dancing to.

There is videos of some earlier dances too, so you can see progress as they dance through a 6 month period as a record of achievement, if you follow from RDM 1 to RDM 16.

The styles practised are Locking, Popping and Rocking amongst a few other styles, there is Boogaloo which is a style that helps a dancer going from waves to locking and popping or doing them together in a style known as Electro Boogaloo.

It goes on about dancing in the 80’s and again the 90’s when break dance was very popular to Electro music of that time whilst street dancing to the groove, popping and locking.

Popping is the continuous rhythmic dance, and Popping came from Locking which came from Robotics in my opinion.

Apparently popping is a quick flex or constriction of the muscles and relaxing almost immediately on the beat rather than locking, which is held for as long a pause as is possible which is usually half a beat or so, especially if you are doing Poplocking.

The article states some one saw several people doing a dance called the robot or robotics in a nightclub in Gosport and it was good & nearly joined in. They couldn’t get time off till later, which was a pity but they came to a conclusion that the people were good at Robotics and made it fashionable to do if done properly.

With a personally created style of footwork they call cap rock which looks pretty much like uprock, but they reckon there is a difference, it certainly looks good and it gets a crowd reaction with their style of cap rock where ever they dance.

At the end six months of dance training and at the beginning of this year 2009 they have finally created a dance video that crowns our moment, which is a moment to be proud of.

To see good dancing go to

Become a Great Dance Choreographer with our Five Secrets.

December 15, 2008

Five tips to Being a Great Dance Choreographer Choreographers must be very committed to their dancers as they are expected to hold regular, productive rehearsals, an inability to show a dancepiece at checkpoint or to fulfill this commitment is subject to a penalty in some dance teams. But this is rare as most Dance Choreographers are too motivated to slip, and in my time I have yet to see a failed Dance Choreographer as I think the love for dance is too great.

First Learn Dance secret is: You must do all the training you can to be the best dancer you can be, experience of dance is useful, you can better see the image you are going to create.

Second Learn Dance secret is: Then and only then can you work on being a dance choreographer. Choreography is an art like dance, with dance being the foundation and is a talent like dance which can be learned, practiced and improved.

Third Learn Dance secret is: Select a piece of song you really like and which makes you want to dance every time you hear it, does it inspire you?

Fourth Learn Dance secret is: Find time and a venue where you can be alone or with dance partners, with plenty of room to move and some mirrors or a camcorder would be helpful.

Fifth Learn Dance secret is: Have plenty of tea and towel, be ready to be emotional and into the role of the dance theme, and consider the Levels of a Dance Routine the opening and closing should always be strong to leave a good lasting impression.

To learn more visit


August 12, 2008

Introduction to the world of security.

The world of guarding covers many areas, from doormen to guards, from night watchmen to close protective agents, etc. Having worked many years in shop retail security and then as a door supervisor, I find that the lack of info for new people wishing to look into security as a pursuit, to be some what hard to find. My idea is to put together this site, based on my own or fellow security friends experience, so that any one wanting to find infoon security will find this website an invaluable resource of information. Just because I passed the course I am always up for gaining more, and work with the best team I could find, and luckily for me the last year 2007 and this year 2008 has been a great one for me. I have been given advice that has broadened my own awareness, and quite often I find these tips come into mind when I find myself in a situation and having to cope with it. I shall try to cover as many areas of security as possible, and where unable to I will find a resource and point to it, be it a website or document. From time to time I train or debate with other members of our security team, and I pray that for years to come I will be broadening my own knowledge. And at times I get to help out the younger members, and am in a good position to watch them grow, there is much to be said about being a member of a great security team. With that I hope you find knowledge or a link to something that helps out, maybe you are a new applicant or someone looking for a service, this web site is more for south of the UK but should be helpful information wise to anyone in the UK as a reference.

1st Dance post, Bognor RDM Bodypopping Lockers.

August 12, 2008

Bognor RDM poplocking streetdancers video blog.

We aim to create about ten minutes of video a month in the form of several mini video clips, currently we are mainly using Poplocking in several styles. We adapted old style locking action, popping, waving, miming, rocking, and fancy footwork. June and July, the first few weeks of my return to street dancing and Bens first couple of months appear to be going well today – Wednesday the 30th July 2008.

Our Primary Dance Objective. Bognor RDM Dancing Evolution Objective or DEO. The basis of our objective will be the scoring of the following points on a monthly basis; Aim of weekly videos with a point of  advance based on the following criteria point; A point for at least one new style of dance, an adaption, something new to our form and style of dancing. Me and Ben to create a 30 second clip of non stop dancing video, solo or duo. This also applies to guests on videos, using our act. As a Duo to create at least 30 seconds of non stop dancing upon a theme or style. Use of a third or fourth person also collects a bonus point. We will be adding an interview or current progress report every so often as part of a video or summary, IE. Bognor RDM 1-x summary of progress. Any other way that may help mark our progress or be of interest, will be used to create and be displayed, most probably on you tube and our website. Dancing is like evolving, learning to grow into something different. Sharing a happy experience with the crowd, friends, family strngers and dancing buddies is part of the buzz when we hit the floor but it’s the achievement of creating something that is the main driving force. Motivated by the music, friends and achievement in dance training helps us put on a display, time to put to the test our expertise. We practise what drives us and keep developing our own style whilst learning to do some together, we dance together and also do our own solo style, be it traditional or freestyle. Eventually, we should be able to perform a set together and eventually a personal work piece each, of at least 30 seconds which should total 90 seconds at the very least.

In Bognor RDM 4 we have achieved just that, in fact Bognor RDM 5 is ready to go, to be uploaded to you tube this coming Sunday. It is now 30th July 2008, a Wednesday afternoon

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August 11, 2008

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