Practice Your Shit.

Want to get good at something? You’ve got to practice. Sometimes it’s fun. Sometimes it’s not. Sometimes it’s easy. Sometimes it’s hard. Sometimes you want to. Sometimes you don’t. You, alone, are responsible for your own effort. So why not show up, practice your shit, and see what kind of magic you can make. 🎶✨🎶✨

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Start Where You Are.

Start Where You Are. Maybe it’s your first step, maybe it’s your millionth. Maybe you’re an expert, maybe you’re a beginner. It doesn’t matter. You’ve gotta do stuff to make stuff happen. You don’t have to have all the answers, or execute perfectly, or be the best every single time. Show up with whatever you’ve […]

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Honor Your Light.

There are many ways to interpret this. Two that are swirling around in my brain today are: 1. Honor your inner light. Believe in your inner goodness and radiate it outward to the world. This does not necessarily include any agenda. It is simply a willingness to understand and nurture yourself and for the world […]

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Share Your Warmth.

From singing a hopeful song, to initiating a meaningful conversation with someone who holds opposing views, to choosing kind language when in disagreement, there are many ways to use your voice to foster healing, and bridge the deep divides we are experiencing. You are the change agent. Let your warmth be the starting place. How […]

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Practice Video

Had some free time at the studio the other day so I got to practice a bunch. For this video experiment I was working on: – Staying still without looking stiff – Gesturing without looking contrived – Making eye contact with the camera – Remaining relaxed without getting sloppy about posture And doing all that […]

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Four Ways That Singing Makes Us Better Communicators

Throughout the years I’ve been teaching people to sing, students have noticed some pretty amazing side effects.  In addition to increased confidence, control and comfort when singing, students regularly report the same in situations such as: Giving speeches Talking to their boss Speaking up in a meeting Dealing with a difficult colleague Conducting negotiations Making […]

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