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I sometimes get asked for advice by friends or colleagues for suggestions on how their sibling, child, nephew, niece, or grandchild can establish a career as a professional
dancer, and also, if it’s a career that will offer stability and
longevity at some point.
For details on how to pursue a career in dance,…Continue
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Have you ever done a particular task or activity while you were distracted, then again when you were focused? Could you see/feel a difference? Were the results different?
I’m from the school of thought that, in order to do something well, and get it done in a timely manner, you need to focus on that one particular thing, preferably without interruption, if possible. I don’t
To say that there’s a “learning curve” when starting your own business is a true understatement. And sometimes, no matter how many books you’ve read, seminars you’ve attended, or coaching you’ve
received, there are still many lessons that you will simply have to
learn along the way.
Since starting my business back in 2007, I have learned many tough, yet important lessons that can only truly be learned through experience. These lessons learned have helped me to become much…Continue
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“Pay Yourself First”
We’ve all heard this one before. The bottom line is, the financial aspect of running your business is always extremely challenging, especially since “you have to spend money to make money”. However, as
the owner of the business, you are…
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