Monday , 26 June 2017

Tag Archives: dance career

18 Truths About Following Your Passion

18 tips from smart people

A 22-year-old dancer is not as physically fit as she was last year and her self-confidence is low. She’s incredibly talented and wants to perform. What do you say to someone who has difficulty with self-motivation and self-trust?  She’s has two more years of college and doesn’t practice her craft at all. However, she constantly talks about how much she ... Read More »

The Dream or the Excuse?

photo1

A dancer contacted me earlier today. She said she wants to move to Los Angeles to dance and to build a career in the entertainment industry. I asked her what the hold-up was. xcuse She said she had a new house, a new boyfriend and a new job. I posted the scenario on www.facebook.com/officiallauriejohnson and asked others what they thought ... Read More »

When I Wasted My Life – Soulful Strut

It's all in the SOLE!

My corporate job was the “make sense” thing to do, but I hated every minute of it. I liked the money but that was it. I was in no way passionate about what I was doing. My life was meaningless. All my thoughts, ideas and dreams were about dance. It wasn’t easy for me to quit, but I knew I ... Read More »

Five Minutes of Purpose

photo-2

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 »

Your Dance Career: 10 Ways To Succeed

CorporateLaurieClimbingStairs-10

Dance, like any other industry, is a business. Think and act like a pro: 1. People want to be associated with those who have a sense of self, have a purpose, and are not afraid to self express. 2. Maintain your skills to stay in the game. Stay fit, take class, and study dance history. It’s important to know whose ... Read More »

Get Your Free Download
Rich By Choice , Poor By Habit ( Free excerpt )
Dismiss