Tag Archives: Brain Rats

About Singing

“I’m the world’s worst singer.  Can’t carry a tune in a bucket!” “I used to sing. Then I stopped.  Went to school, got a job, had a family, got busy.  I sure miss it.” “The only reason I go to … Continue reading

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Taming your brain rats

Negative self-talk is a signal that you’re on the verge of learning something new. Swimmers at Lincoln Park swimming pool, 1925 | Photo via Seattle Municipal Archives You are about to take a big risk, inhabit your true power, or … Continue reading

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My “Grammy Awards”

Though I’m open to the experience, I’ve yet to win a traditional Grammy Award. My Grammies emerge from the stories people tell about how they use my music in their everyday lives and work.  I’m deeply touched when something I’ve … Continue reading

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