Month: December 2013

Fixing My To-Do List By Getting Rid Of Resistance

Some days the blog comes easily, other days it comes slowly. The thing I’m learning to do is keep at it and not turn it into a problem. The moment I turn anything into a problem (which is a form

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Drumming: Cure For Pain

Well actually, not just drumming, all kinds of things can cure what it is that ails ya. I was talking with some folks about finding your passion, your purpose or that thing that you were put here on earth to

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Nervous Moments In Real Life…

…as opposed to me writing about it in the abstract 😉 I’ve talked about handling nervousness in a previous post, and I recently had a number of chances to walk the talk on that issue. It seems like this past

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My #1 Fear (As A Musician)

I talk to my students a lot about mastering their mistakes–not getting rid of them per se, but mastering them. And one of the big ideas behind that is that you never totally get rid of your mistakes as you progress

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A moment of thanks…

We all think about what we’re thankful for this time of year. For me, much of it is about family and friends–no different than most of y’all. The other thing I’m thankful for is that fact that I’m doing what

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