Idea - Foster's Chill Head

Idea - Foster's Chill Head (Photo credit: fostersartofchilling)

Thoughts such as these need our attention from time to time.


Being clear about the reasons I accept each gig


Learning the music before the first rehearsal


Interest in the rehearsal, listening throughout

Current knowledge

Listening to what’s out there, reading articles and reviews

Current skills

Practicing to maintain an edge

Life balance

I try!  Doing a variety of things is important!

Have you thought about ideas that define you?

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