When you are pursuing your passion, you open yourself up for other opportunities. In this session of The DancePreneuring Studio, I have a thought-provoking conversation with Chris Jones, triple threat extraordinaire, as we discuss how dance fuels his life and business.
- Step to Success: Just as steps are necessary in a dance, there are steps to success in your life and business. In this segment, we discuss a step in the form of an app, a book, or a concept that will help you move forward. Today’s step is a brain exercise called kylegle. This is a great exercise to get you in the zone and create results from a future event, as if the event already happened. Be sure to check out the video in the links section below.
- The Dancers’ Dialect: Dance terminology as it relates to life and business. This week’s word is releve, which means rising onto the balls or toes of one or both feet by pivoting feet downward at the ankles, or supporting the body with feet in the resulting demi pointe (raised heels) or en pointe (on the tips of the toes).
It is easier to rise when you have buy cheap cipro good foundation and proper weight distribution. One of the analogies that my ballet and modern teachers used was to not only think of releve as rising, but also pushing the earth away with your feet.
- Feature Presentation: Chris Jones has credits too numerous to list, but just to name a few, some of his credits include:
- Film and television appearances in You Got Served, Battlefield America, CSI New York and Forrest Gump
- Dancing with Britney Spears, J-Lo, P.Diddy and Beyonce
- Appearances in tours, videos and award shows such as MTV Video Music Awards, The American Music Awards and The Grammys
- Acting and Dancing in Commercials and Industrials for Nike, Pepsi, and Sony
- Choreography for artists such as One Direction, Becky G and Willow Smith
- Choreography and Business Development for Adidas Asia Pacific and The Beijing Olympics
- Master teacher and judge for studios, workshops, competitions and conventions all over the world
- We discuss the importance of family, the benefits and opportunities that dance has opened up for him, work ethic and inspiration.
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