Rhythm N’ Groove Podcast #006: Making mistakes and learning from them

Learning from your mistakes and turning them into something good.

In this episode of the Rhythm N’ Groove Podcast, we talk about making mistakes and learning from them. Mistakes are a natural part of the learning process, and there have even been great discoveries that happened from making mistakes. Most audience are also usually very forgiving of mistakes, and if you are able to laugh at yourself, they are more than happy to laugh with you. What most audience want from you is the authenticity and the connection. We talk about the mistakes we have made as musicians and performers, what we’ve learned from them, and how you can learn from our mistakes as well. If you would like to share the mistakes you’ve made and what you’ve learned from those mistakes, we encourage you to email us at contact@rhythmngroove.com. We look forward to hearing your stories!

Songs mentioned on the podcast:
Hero by Enrique Iglesias
The Happy Wanderer by Frank Weir
Time of Your Life by Green Day
My Way by Frank Sinatra

Resources mentioned on the podcast:
Book: Hug Your Customers by Jack Mitchell
G3 (tour) Year 2000 event in KL – Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, and Joe Satriani

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Website: rhythmngroove.com/podcast
Email: contact@rhythmngroove.com
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Instagram: @rhythm_n_groove
Twitter: @rhythm_n_groove

Song: You Learn by Alanis Morissette

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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>