Dance Studio TRANSFORMATION

Dance Studio TRANSFORMATION
Author: Clint Salter
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 194
Release: 2016-07-17
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 0994561008

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Dance Studio Transformation is for you if you are a studio owner who loves to dance, loves teaching and loves your students, but feels like you need help when it comes to running a profitable business. This book will teach you how to become the CEO of your studio by walking you through strategies and tactics to transform each area of your business. Whether you're about to start on your journey of being a studio owner or have been at it for years, whether you're struggling to get your head out of the water or have a highly profitable studio...this book is for you. Join me and thousands of studio owners from around the world on this journey to making that dream studio you have always wanted a reality. Book jacket.

A Unicorn in a World of Donkeys

A Unicorn in a World of Donkeys
Author: Mia Michaels
Publsiher: Seal Press
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2018-05-01
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9781580057752

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An empowerment manifesto for creatives, misfits, innovators, and disruptors from the star of So You Think You Can Dance and creator of Broadway's Finding Neverland A Unicorn in a World of Donkeys offers a playbook for living a creative and authentic life. Using her own story as a launching spot, and creative quizzes, charts, and lists to engage the reader in an interactive journey, Mia Michaels explores the experience of the unicorn in a world of donkeys, a world where fitting in, pleasing others, following rules, and maintaining norms-no matter how messed up those norms are-is the only acceptable path. She acknowledges the struggles of the unicorn life-loneliness, ridicule, being misunderstood and undervalued-and goes on encourage readers to reframe the unicorn life the way she has, as essential to a life of brilliance.

A Dance of Polar Opposites

A Dance of Polar Opposites
Author: George Rochberg
Publsiher: University Rochester Press
Total Pages: 175
Release: 2012
Genre: Music
ISBN: 9781580464130

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Dance Studio Secrets

Dance Studio Secrets
Author: Clint Salter
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 190
Release: 2019-08
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 0994561024

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Dance Studio Secrets is your must-have collection of dance studio ownership journeys from owners all around the globe at different stages of their business. Pull back the curtains for an up close and personal look into how other studio owners are creating thriving businesses and fulfilling lives inside and outside of the studio, including: The best ways to fill your classes in your first year of business without spending a fortune How to navigate your growing team and evolving studio culture Planning for growth the right way (because more students doesn't always mean more money) Finding hidden revenue streams to boost your profit with minimal effort How to WOW your customers with an unparalleled dance studio experience Be inspired by big business and life wins accomplished by these extraordinary industry leaders while learning about the path they took toward becoming the Go To Studio in their local area. Whether you're a new studio owner or you've been on this journey for twenty years, Dance Studio Secrets will help you get to that next level.

Moving Consciously

Moving Consciously
Author: Sondra Fraleigh
Publsiher: University of Illinois Press
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2015-07-21
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 025208098X

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The popularity of yoga and Zen meditation has heightened awareness of somatic practices. Individuals develop the conscious embodiment central to somatics work via movement and dance, or through touch from a skilled teacher or therapist often called a somatic bodyworker. Methods of touch and movement foster generative processes of consciousness in order to create a fluid interconnection between sensation, thought, movement, and expression. In Moving Consciously , Sondra Fraleigh gathers essays that probe ideas surrounding embodied knowledge and the conscious embodiment of movement and dance. Using a variety of perspectives on movement and dance somatics, Fraleigh and other contributors draw on scholarship and personal practice to participate in a multifaceted investigation of a thriving worldwide phenomenon. Their goal: to present the mental and physical health benefits of experiencing one's inner world through sensory awareness and movement integration. A stimulating addition to a burgeoning field, Moving Consciously incorporates concepts from East and West into a timely look at life-changing, intertwined practices that involve dance, movement, performance studies, and education. Contributors: Richard Biehl, Robert Bingham, Hillel Braude, Alison East, Sondra Fraleigh, Kelly Ferris Lester, Karin Rugman, Catherine Schaeffer, Jeanne Schul, and Ruth Way.

The Beautiful No

The Beautiful No
Author: Sheri Salata
Publsiher: HarperCollins
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2019-06-04
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780062743213

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“Thursday morning. One hundred pounds overweight, no man in sight, and rounding the bend to 57 years old—a full-blown catastrophe.” What happens when you realize you’ve had the career of your dreams, but you don’t have the life of your dreams? This was the stark reality facing Sheri Salata when she left her twenty-year stint at The Oprah Winfrey Show, Harpo Studios and the OWN network. She had dedicated decades to her dream job, and loved (almost) every minute of it, but had left the rest of her life gathering dust on the shelf. After years of telling other people’s makeover stories, Sheri decided to “produce” her own life transformation. And this meant revisiting her past, excavating its lessons, and boldly reimagining her future. In these pages, she invites readers along for the ride—detoxing in the desert, braving humiliation at Hollywood’s favorite fitness studio, grappling with losses, reinventing friendships, baring her soul in sex therapy, and more. Part cautionary tale, part middle-of-life rallying cry, Sheri’s stories offer profound inspiration for personal renewal.

Composing Electronic Music

Composing Electronic Music
Author: Curtis Roads
Publsiher: OUP Us
Total Pages: 480
Release: 2015
Genre: Music
ISBN: 9780195373240

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Electronic music evokes new sensations, feelings, and thoughts in both composers and listeners. Opening the door to an unlimited universe of sound, it engages spatialization as an integral aspect of composition and focuses on sound transformation as a core structural strategy. In this new domain, pitch occurs as a flowing and ephemeral substance that can be bent, modulated, or dissolved into noise. Similarly, time occurs not merely as a fixed duration subdivided by ratios, but as a plastic medium that can be generated, modulated, reversed, warped, scrambled, and granulated. Envelope and waveform undulations on all time scales interweave to generate form. The power of algorithmic methods amplify the capabilities of music technology. Taken together, these constitute game-changing possibilities. This convergence of technical and aesthetic trends prompts the need for a new text focused on the opportunities of a sound oriented, multiscale approach to composition of electronic music. Sound oriented means a practice that takes place in the presence of sound. Multiscale means an approach that takes into account the perceptual and physical reality of multiple, interacting time scales-each of which can be composed. After more than a century of research and development, now is an appropriate moment to step back and reevaluate all that has changed under the ground of artistic practice. Composing Electronic Music outlines a new theory of composition based on the toolkit of electronic music techniques. The theory consists of a framework of concepts and a vocabulary of terms describing musical materials, their transformation, and their organization. Central to this discourse is the notion of narrative structure in composition-how sounds are born, interact, transform, and die. It presents a guidebook: a tour of facts, history, commentary, opinions, and pointers to interesting ideas and new possibilities to consider and explore.

Who Says Elephants Can t Dance

Who Says Elephants Can t Dance
Author: Louis V. Gerstner
Publsiher: Harper Collins
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2003-12-16
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9780060523800

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Who Says Elephants Can't Dance? sums up Lou Gerstner's historic business achievement, bringing IBM back from the brink of insolvency to lead the computer business once again.Offering a unique case study drawn from decades of experience at some of America's top companies -- McKinsey, American Express, RJR Nabisco -- Gerstner's insights into management and leadership are applicable to any business, at any level. Ranging from strategy to public relations, from finance to organization, Gerstner reveals the lessons of a lifetime running highly successful companies.