Monthly Archives: April 2016

Update: When New Blog Posts Will Resume…

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On May 26, new content will appear on this blog. This break will allow for completion of the Finding Your Niche book  revision for 2016. This decision was reached yesterday after tech support admitted that they too were in the midst … Continue reading

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Updates: Computer Quiz Post, Book Revision, And File Conversation Misery

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=–   Three new paragraphs have been added to the end of the post link  below…y. 2. March-April: Converting files proved challenging due to compatibilit issues after an upgrade. One final tech sessionthis week  should resolve the problem.. So the new target … Continue reading

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Prince, Rodgers, Nelson Artist, Entrepreneur, Social activist, humanitarian…. Control your music…Use creative talent to build economic prosperity for self and community was the philosophy the music legend espoused for aspiring musicians. As fans pay tribute and download  the icon’s tunes, aspiring artists … Continue reading

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Why A Star Violinist Helps Musicians in Need:From Mozart to Metallica

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z The amazing story of a former  child prodigy who never forgot her humble upbringing and now uses her musical talent to help disadvantaged musicians globally. References PBS. Newshour.org Rachel Barton Pine http://tinyurl.com/j5tljn9 Global HeartStrings http://www.rebf.org/ghs.html

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Tips, Resources, and Gossip About the Business Side of Writing

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Two panels of interest to aspiring writers  at the recent Los Angeles Times Festival of Books … A publishing panel of industry professionals underscores how writers are depending on social media skills to promote their work.  Q and A A panel … Continue reading

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How an Academic Used the Creative Arts to Transform Dry Anthropology Topics into Interesting Reading for the Public

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Do not be fooled by Infrastructure, the less than exciting title of a panel discussion at this past weekend’s Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. And though rust was the riveting ad copyused  to lure in droves of viewers, the forum of … Continue reading

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The Traumatic Personal Experience That Led A Federal Prosecutor to Leave Law to Teach and Write

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Lawyers leave the profession and become entrepreneurs or pursue creative paths for reasons often related to burnout, but professor Paul Butler had a different personal experience that forced him to rethink his career path when he was a federal prosecutor. … Continue reading

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Why Hip-Hop Entrepreneur Russell Simmons Uses Meditation for Business Sucess

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The practice of using stillness or meditation improved Russell Simmons skills in the business world but meditation can take many forms such as tai chi, yoga, or walking in a zen garden to name a few examples, according to the recent … Continue reading

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Book Revision Update 2016 for Finding Your Niche

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New content will include… Nifty work-life balance tips article reprinted from the San Francisco Chronicle Top 10 web articles and go-to resources Popular posts from the Niche Creativity blog via links. And with the arrival of new software last week, … Continue reading

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