Monthly Archives: June 2008

BEGIN IT NOW


I have long admired the writing and message of the following quote attributed to Wolfgang von Goethe.  – daniel w. jacobs “Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), … Continue reading

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YOUR GREATEST ASSET


Is it your health, your wealth, or career? Could it be your friends, relatives, family or your kids? Or perhaps your attitudes, your beliefs or your faith? Just what is your greatest asset anyway? This quote by world-famous jazz trumpeter, … Continue reading

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THE INVITATION by Oriah Mountain Dreamer


Her message is deeply personal and yet universally applicable.  I only wish I could write this well. – daniel w. jacobs THE INVITATION by Oriah Mountain Dreamer It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to … Continue reading

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WILLING TO BE RECOGNIZED?


As an artist, one of the most valuable abilities you can possess is the willingness to be recognized. To stand emotionally naked in front of an audience and expose your innermost feelings and emotions while performing to the highest technical … Continue reading

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DO THE USUAL


Here is a concept of crisis management that might be of use to you in times of unexpected mental, emotional or physical stress. The answer to any crisis or stressful situation, large or small is to: do the usual.  Don’t … Continue reading

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