Whether it’s ballet or baseball, fans relish all aspects of the experience. In the latest session of The DancePreneuring Studio, I share 7 similarities between the two sports.
- Step to Success: A step to your success is anything that moves your life and your business forward. Whether it’s an app, a book or an idea, you can apply something today that will help you succeed. Today’s step to success is a setting on your iPhone called Nightshift that cuts down on the blue light exposure as the day progresses because it can affect your circadian rhythm and melatonin levels as you’re winding down. This word also reminded me of a 1985 song from The Commodores called Nightshift so of course, I had to share this video (especially for those who weren’t even born during the 80’s lol):
- Dancer’s Dialect: The Dancer’s Dialect is the dancer’s language. I share concepts and terminology across different genres so that you can see the correlations in your life and in your business. The word for today is Charleston Dance Step. Interesting that step was considered scandalous back in the 1920’s. Check out this video:
- Freestyle Flow: A friend of mine recently introduced me to something quite exquisite on a recent trip to the Abbott Kinney area in Los Angeles and we stumbled upon Intellgentsia Coffee. Turns out he’s quite the coffee snob. But I get it now! He told me that there was one place he went to that the cup of coffee was so good–no cream, no sugar or anything additional needed, and it tasted like he was having a blueberry muffin from a cup. Yum! He did warn me that it can be hit or miss and that it’s best to drink the beverage immediately so you can taste the different aspects of the coffee. I noticed that the flavors were more distinguishable and the tastes did change as the coffee cooled. When I get interested in different subjects, I start researching so I found info on a coffee convention and looked up different pour over places in the surrounding areas.
- Feature Presentation: A recent spontaneous outing to Dodger Stadium got me thinking about 7 similarities between ballet and baseball as follows:
Question: What do you enjoy most about events that you go to?
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