#024: 7 Life Lessons from Serving Lunch [Podcast]

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Some of the best life lessons are learned in less than ideal situations.  In this week’s session of The DancePreneuring Studio, we discuss 7 life lessons learned from school cafeteria experiences and later, working in a corporate cafeteria.

Serving Lunch

Session Summary

      • 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 book called The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
      • The Dancers’ Dialect: Dance terminology as it relates to life and business.  This week there are two words, sur le coup de pied and frappe.  The buy cheap tramadol no prescription wrapping action that takes place with sur le coup de pied can be related to wrapping your thoughts around great ideas, inspirational people and things that excite you.  The striking action of frappe can be related to striking while it is hot when opportunity comes your way in your life and in your business.

        • Feature Presentation: I share 7 life lessons learned from working in a cafeteria based on a previous blog post.  Click here to see the blog post.

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The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

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About the author, Annett

Annett Bone is the creator and host of The DancePreneuring Studio where she guides her listeners on a journey of transformation inspired by dance, life, and business. The podcast is a reflection of her personal adventure overcoming her fears and returning to her passion for dance after a 20+ year hiatus, the lessons that she has learned along the way, and proving that it’s never too late to be great.

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