Learn a host of transferable skills (Using this one thing) Free of Charge- No Gimmicks- No Catch!

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In an ever changing world. It’s important to make sure you have access to as many transferable skills as you can.

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Wherever you are around the globe. Whatever profession you’re in, or aim toward. You want the ability to demonstrate transferable skills such as resilience, problem solving, & being adaptable. They’re all top of the list as ‘desirable’ when it comes to nailing that top job.

 

You want to demo your patience, social skills, manners & how you take turns, with repsect. Display your ingenuity. Improvise & think on your toes. Show your brilliance with communication, collaboration. And wow with responsibility and performing under pressure.

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Ok, so your first thought is “What’s the catch?” right?! 

 

Well the great news is- All these ‘must haves’ are available to you right now. Free of charge. No gimmicks. No catch! 

 

If you follow this easy, foolproof formula. You’ll have unlimited access to all the transferable skills you’ll ever need. And be armoured to face any situation. Whatever comes your way.

 

You ready for it?

 

The formula is this….

The Power of Music

Whether you listen to music, play music yourself, or with others. Or write your own music. You open the doorway to infinite possibilities. And allow the magic of transferable skills to shine.

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  • Music teaches us to balance and cope, easing stress
  • Music develops fine & gross motor skills
  • Music improves motivation and develops tolerance and respect for others & cultures
  • Music develops critical thinking- Concentration. And understanding, which creates positive attitudes and outlooks
  • Music develops connections between life skills and life events. Which encourages determination & perseverance
  • Music develops the ability to self- manage
  • Music develops self confidence, self discipline. And nurtures the ability to self regulate

This is just the tip of the ‘iceberg’, so to speak. I could go on & on.

Countless studies & evidence have been produced over the years.

But the great news is that it’s all free- if you want it!

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Recently, Broadway star Leslie Odom Jr discussed his view on the importance of arts education. For the same reasons as in this blogpost. Everyone should have access to transferable skills via music & the arts. Not only for the elite. You can access that article here

I’d love to hear your views & thoughts on how music has helped you to develop transferable skills.


What are your top 3 that have helped you in different situations?


Leave a comment below and let me know. Share as much detail as possible in your reply

 

Remember, your takeout moment may inspire someone else to bring a host of transferable skills into their life. And help them spring into action to change their life for the better.

 

Important: Thoughts and ideas are to be shared directly in the comments. Links to other posts, videos, etc. will be removed. 

 

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Stay determined and strive to look after yourself and inspire others.  

Using your transferable skills.   

Write, sing and play your way to new confidence.

Be proud of your acquired skills!


Best wishes

Scotty

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