Monday, January 10, 2022

Reflect, reinvent, reboot, refresh – ideas for new beginnings PART 2

I thought I’d do a round-up of posts I’ve made over the years which are relevant in some way to new beginnings.

Part 1 was last week. This is Part 2.

What would you do differently if you were starting your choir today?

I have learnt a great deal since I started my first choir in 1997.

If I were starting a choir again today I may well do things differently.

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Singers and choir leaders: what bad habits have you got into?

We are all creatures of habit. Which is no bad thing until it starts to affect what we do adversely.

How many bad habits have you got into this past year and how might you change that?

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New choir season, new ideas – but how much can you really change?

It’s the time of year when many people decide to change things, to try something new.

But the problem is that you’re still the same person. How much can things really change?

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New year, new plans – how to get what you want

Many people use the turning of the year as an opportunity to reflect on the past and make plans for the future.

It’s easy to go overboard though and end up trying to become a completely different person or making unrealistic plans which will inevitably fail.

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Taking stock – self-reflection for choir leaders and singers

In order to develop as a singer or choir leader it’s important to take stock from time to time.

People often use the New Year as a time for reflection, but you can take stock at any time.

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Can you ‘be in the moment’ yet plan for the future?

There’s a lot of talk about ‘mindfulness’ these days. Of being present and in the moment.

But if you are truly in the moment, how can you think about the future and plan ahead? Let’s look at this apparent contradiction.

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Chris Rowbury


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