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Time to Give Up Toxic Dream Stealers & The Need to Be Liked.

October 3, 2017

You have 3 basic resources at your disposal; Time, Energy, and Money! The most important one of those is not the time you spend, but how you spend your energy during that time period. Often your energy is spent on people who are less accomplished in their personal and professional lives and those that you || Continue »

Your Responsibilities: Choosing Your Voice Teacher

November 1, 2007

If not knowing how to choose the voice teacher for you or what your responsibilities are in preparing and taking a voice lesson, then this newsletter is for you. It can be a win-win solution that allows you the singer and your teacher to both feel empowered and productive. What is the best way to || Continue »

Procrastination – the Universal Equalizer

April 1, 2006

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. || Continue »

Stop Spinning Your Wheels – Start Setting Yourself in Motion!

January 1, 2006

I’ve noticed that so many singers today burn out before they even begin their careers. We lose some really great voices before they even begin because they simply give up. They get tired of trying to figure out how to get their foot in the door that will really take them to the next step || Continue »

Moving Past Technique to Performing Artist

October 1, 2005

Allison felt she finally had a solid technique. Her audition arias were ready. She had spent a lot of time, energy and money working with some really great repertoire coaches and dramatic coaches on these arias. Her languages and diction were great and she had her foot on the first rung of the professional career || Continue »

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