Weekly Digest of Inspired Writings: Stress, Yoda, Creative Friction, Arts Cuts

March 29, 2011

New Blog Entries and Articles of Interest

Some interesting thoughts on dealing with stress

The importance of “do or do not, there is no try”, the wisdom of Yoda.

Read up on reinvention, a major part of the 21st century conversation on success.

Be inspired to be creatively expressive.

Get some inspiration about practicing at a new cello blog.

Read about new national standards in music.

Push your limits here

And read about possibility here.

Read about smart women entrepreneurs.

Tap into creative friction.

Read about music and fitness here.

Read about Alexander Technique helping back pain.

Get inspired by an innovative student entrepreneur here.

Get some ideas about shaking up conferences here.

In an improvisation rut, go here for some ideas.

Read the latest from Scotland’s El Sistema program.

Help Wisconsin fight Arts Cuts.

Write a letter to your congressperson to fight Arts Cuts.

Websites of Interest

Learn about the Fourth Sector of Business.

An informative website on horn matters.

Robert Dick in the Real Flutist Project.

Yoga videos for musicians here.


3 Responses to “Weekly Digest of Inspired Writings: Stress, Yoda, Creative Friction, Arts Cuts”

  1. Laura Lentz Says:

    Thanks to Bruce Hembt of Horn Matters for several ideas and help this past week, including the creation of this weekly digest. Let us know what you think.

  2. lindaessig Says:

    Thanks for the conference shake-up shout out!

  3. Laura Lentz Says:

    Thank you for a great post!

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