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From Stuck to Unstuck - Apr 2008
2008 is 25% over. Here we are facing the first part of April. Do you feel stuck where you are? How many of you feel like you are doing all the right things but are still coming up short when it comes to seeing much positive progress towards reaching your singing career goals? Does it […]
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Overwhelmed by What You Learned This Summer?
Christine felt like she was on overload as the summer program she had been attending was winding down. Her head was spinning from all of the new material she had learned there. She felt overwhelmed with it all and wasn't quite sure if she could even begin to process it. Which part of what she […]
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Loss and Transitions
Mark found himself beginning to fully embrace the character of Pinkerton in Butterfly. It was a role he knew would become part of his repertoire at some point during his career. However, the opportunity to sing this role at New York City Opera was going to move him into a whole different category as far […]
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The Essence of Time
There are so many people out there telling us how to best control, invest, and spend our money, but one rarely hears about how to control, invest and spend our 24 hours each day; how to actually live on 24 hours a day. The supply of time is a miracle when you think about it. […]
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Procrastination - the Universal Equalizer
Procrastination is an extremely versatile phenomenon. It does not discriminate: it is practiced by both sexes, and is cross-cultural, observed in all ethnicities and religions-a sort of one-size-fits-all force with which we all have at least a passing familiarity, and all participate in to one extent or another. It is also a uniquely human condition. […]
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How and Why to Choose Singing Jobs
WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS! "Pointers on how and why to choose singing jobs." Have you noticed that often when you have done the work and start getting job offers, many other great opportunities seem to show up as well? As the saying goes, "When it rains it pours". You want to take them all […]
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