The Art Of Practice

By Help Person|October 11, 2020|Main Blog, Uncategorized|

If you’ve ever lived in New York, you might have found yourself looking forward to someone asking you how to get to Carnegie Hall just so you can respond with the age-old punchline, “Practice!”  Funny because it’s true. In a world of fast food, fast cars, instant coffee, and instant messaging, we’ve grown impatient. We want it all and we want it now, especially that end result, without experiencing all the practice opportunities in-between. I know I have. When I was in grade school, my friend Britney (not her real name), played the piano. She could read music and play all the popular songs I’d heard on the radio. I remember how effortlessly her fingers hit the keys while she played. She made it look easy. I thought she was so cool. “I can do that,” I thought. I dreamt of playing the piano like a rockstar in front of friends and family. Yeah, I wanted to be cool. After several years of hounding my parents, I was rewarded with a piano and lessons from Britney’s piano teacher, Ms. Sparkle (not her real name). Then I promptly learned about the myth of overnight success. Ms. Sparkle started teaching me how to read music and play

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Episode 087: They made one last ditch effort before ending their marriage and it worked

By Help Person|October 2, 2018|Show notes, Uncategorized|

Episode 087: They made one last ditch effort before ending their marriage and it worked with special guests Joel & Julie Landi After dating for nearly 9 years and then being married for almost 7, two highly driven high school sweethearts from New York were planning their divorce. They agreed to give it one last try and attended an intense weekend retreat filled with an abundance of truth telling. They agreed this was it. As they said their goodbyes, Joel asked Julie if they could just start over. A first date turned into a fresh start. Thanks to many lessons and their mastery of conflict resolution, they founded their own company, The Performance Group, to help reconcile and rebuild relationships both in business and at home. No less motivated to create great impact, income, and intimacy, they have learned the secrets of how to have one without forfeiting the others. If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. SPECIAL OFFER: Submit your name and details for a weekend immersion with Joel & Julie to Links: Visit: Facebook Joel’s LinkedIn  Julie’s LinkedIn   Full Transcript: Leanne: 00:06 Welcome to Life Lafter Divorce podcast, episode

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