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The one thing you can be sure about is that change is going to happen.
And that’s especially true right now with state of the world.
No matter what you do in life, change is the one certainty you can count on.
However, some people have a hard time dealing with change…even when it’s self-induced.
It makes them uncomfortable and can cause anxiety.
If you have issues dealing with change these ways to deal with change better will change your life.
I just read this article on keeping kids busy while social distancing. I thought it had some good tips.
What’s something you continue to tell yourself you’ll do over and over?
What’s stopping you from doing it––excuses, procrastination, you…
We, humans, are just marvelous, aren’t we?
When you really think about all the stuff we do (including the things we don’t have control over, like hearts beating) it really just blows my mind.
And the voice is no exception. To sing and sing healthy there’s some stuff going on.
To really appreciate it, you have to know a bit about how it works.
(and it works the same no matter our gender or age)
Focus is the new superpower. Think about it.
How many times has someone asked you a question, but didn’t hear your response because they were distracted by their smartphone?
They couldn’t focus on your response for five seconds, and they actually wanted to know the answer!
If you want to have a huge advantage in your life, I believe learning how to avoid being distracted is key….for kids and adults.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what stands in the way of reaching our musical goals besides the actual musical training.
Often discomfort and fear are the only things holding us back. It’s true for kids and adults. It’s okay to feel that way, because courage requires vulnerability.