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Where has the month gone? It is hard to believe that summer is here. So far this year, I have read some great books. Last week, I finished All the Light We Can Not See by Anthony Doerr and this week I started Amanda Palmer’s The Art of Asking: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help. You may know Amanda Palmer from her TED talk The Art of Asking or her record breaking Kickstarter campaign where she raised over 1 million dollars to record her album. I am going to write a full review once I finish it, but if you are looking for an inspiring book for an artist in your life, be sure to check it out.

Have a great week and here are some posts to check out this week.

Who The Most Creative People In Business Follow On Twitter And Instagram by by Erin Schulte

The Two Most Efficient (and Two Least Efficient) Memorization Strategies by Dr. Noa Kageyama

The 1% Rule Of Content Marketing by Quinn Whissen

SEO for Musicians: 3 Tips to Optimize Your Website Content by Melanie

What You Need: What is Actually Required for Success? by James Clear

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Dave Gerhart

Dave Gerhart

Dr. Dave Gerhart, Product Manager, Percussion for Yamaha Corporation of America and Lecturer of Percussion at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at CSU, Long Beach, is a nationally recognized performer, composer, and educator. Dr. Gerhart, originally from Fairfield, California, holds a D.M.A. from the University of Southern California, M.M. in Percussion Performance and Instrumental Conducting and a B.M. in Music Education from California State University, Long Beach.
Dave Gerhart

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