Rhythm N’ Groove Podcast #002: The Art of Turning Your Audience into Your Friends

In this episode of the Rhythm N’ Groove Podcast, we talk about taking it easy with your goals and resolutions, and also about the art of connecting with people and turning them into your friends. A lot of people don’t follow through with their goals because they get pressured or because the goal doesn’t work for them anymore. We talk about how it’s okay to change your direction and improve upon your vision as you go. It’s also okay to get setbacks, just pick yourself up and get back on track when you can. We also talk about how to connect with people; Lone’s ability to turn his students into his friends, and Haze’s goal of improving her connecting skills.

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Show notes: rhythmngroove.com/podcast
Email: contact@rhythmngroove.com

Links to resources mentioned on the show:

Joe Gilderwww.homestudiocorner.com
Andrew HuangMaking music out of anything

12 Amazing Things Scientists Discovered This Year About People Who Listen to Music
http://mic.com/articles/106100/12-amazing-things-scientists-discovered-about-music-this-year

Kevin and Charlotte – new music school @ MusicFinds

Book: The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer
Song: The Gift of a Friend by Demi Lovato

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About Haze Wong (28 Articles)
<p>Hazellie Wong has been performing since the age of three, and started performing professionally at 21 years old. She is one half of the band, Dragon In Stilettos. She recently started teaching vocals and describes teaching as one of the most rewarding experiences she’s had. She is also an avid book reader, in addition to being a tarot and numerology reader. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram as @hazelleevaughn, and on her personal blog at hazelleevaughn.com</p>