Archive for 'Singing'
Posted on 26. Dec, 2013 by Per Bristow.
I’m sitting here in the Los Angeles sunshine today (we have had a couple of really warm days), doing what I love to do this time of the year. And that is to reflect. I am in one sense a very future driven person. I have always been a big dreamer. However, part of dreaming […]
Posted on 19. Sep, 2013 by Per Bristow.
I am addressing this for the sake of our children, for the sake of you adults, as well as society in general. In my previous article, I wrote about the tragic beliefs that prevent so many from living fulfilled lives. In fact, it prevents people from fulfilling some basic human needs. As a parent, educator […]
Posted on 21. Jun, 2013 by Per Bristow.
I started out this series of blog posts about “Exponential Learning and Peak Performance” by using my son’s experience in his first baseball game of the season as an example. I wrote that the ability to perform at your peak when it matters the most, and to be resourceful when things aren’t going well is […]
Posted on 25. May, 2013 by Per Bristow.
To follow up on my previous two articles regarding exponential learning and peak performances and why they are developed skills, I promised to address one issue that we human beings are generally pretty lousy at. I think when you start recognizing this tendency within yourself, you will set free a huge piece of what is […]
Posted on 15. Apr, 2013 by Per Bristow.
In my previous article I used my son’s sport experience as an example. I also promised a follow up to dig deeper into this important subject matter If you haven’t yet read the previous article make sure you read it first. Click here to read it. So I mentioned my son had started off missing […]