Picasso Charged For Experience. Do you?


Legend has it that Pablo Picasso was sketching in the park when an enthusiastic woman approached him. “ It’s you — Picasso, the great artist! Oh, please. You must sketch my portrait! I insist.” So Picasso agreed to sketch her. After studying her for a quick moment, he used a single pencil stroke to create her portrait. He handed the women his ... Read More »

Express Yourself. Dance.

Working a corporate job was absolutely miserable. Life felt unfair. The demanding and monotonous work stressed me to no end. How bad was it?  I had an ulcer. I was losing my hair. I ate junk food from vending machines. I scoffed down pastries during meetings. I got fat from sitting all day. And my ‘paddle and roll‘ rolled away. ... Read More »

Five Minutes of Purpose

Find purpose Stressed, anxious and overwhelmed? Rushing through life but not sure where you’re headed? I know what it’s like to be so busy, and then to wonder at the end of the day, month or year, “What was I busy doing? Purpose or calling does not have to be anything grand or chart topping. Being a kind and loving ... Read More »

The Useless, Inattentive Dance Assistant

Some subjects require a direct approach. That’s why this article is not titled, “Top 10 Tips to Becoming the Best Dance Assistant Ever. Dance assistants play an important role. Whether you’re assisting for an ‘in studio’ class or on a convention or festival, it’s serious business.  When it comes to assisting, you’re either adding value or you’re a battery drainer. ... Read More »

[Audio] Politics in College Dance

The dance world is draining her mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. Her passion for dance is eroding and she’s feeling out of place at college. Is it over for her at just 21 years of age? Take-away-message: Get specific on your goals and write them down. Vague goals lead to vague results. Politics in College Dance [ 9:52 ] Play Now ... Read More »

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