Archive for 'Speaking'
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 26. Mar, 2013 by Per Bristow.
I feel a little uncomfortable using my own son as an example today. However, this is incredibly important so I hope you and he will forgive me. You’ll see how this ties into being able to learn and develop effectively – yes, exponentially – whether it is singing or something else. This is crucial if […]
Posted on 21. Feb, 2013 by Per Bristow.
Have you ever had that feeling when things aren’t working out? You’re working so hard but results refuse to appear? I sure have. It’s frustrating, isn’t it? It’s like your banging your head against a brick wall. You may experience it in your singing, such as frustration of not reaching those high notes. Or maybe […]
Posted on 05. Jan, 2013 by Per Bristow.
Happy New year! Yes, the New Year is upon us and while people are busy breaking their New Year resolutions already, you and I are busy planning and strategizing for long-term success, right? So you want to make more money, be healthier and sing better in 2013? Well, having goals are great. But have you […]