The Alchemy of Success by Fernando Sosa
"- Hola me llamo talento , todo me sale súper fácil y consigo pequeños resultados con mucha rapidez ,Recién me crucé con Disciplina, íbamos hacia la misma dirección, pero la dejé atrás, muy lenta, muy pesada..... - Hola llamo Disciplina, todo se me hace muy difícil y necesito mucho sacrificio para alcanzar cualquier tipo de objetivo... Recién me crucé con Talento, ni me saludó y se fue corriendo, lo perdí en el horizonte.... - Hola me llamo Meta, bienvenida, tu nombre??? - Di
Being You! (On being the creative Artist) by Franklin Liranzo
"As a Beginner or Artist period, we must be open to new ideas, art forms, interpretations, criticism (good and bad), mean while not forgetting what defines us to begin with... I can tell you that both my photography and dance evolved to what they are today because i remained open to ideas, however, i also challenged people who wanted to force me to follow a certain path. I won't go into details, just know that art is a complex medium of communication that by definition is sup
To Beginner Dancers by Marsha L.R Bonet
Recently i had the opportunity to ask one of our good friends and well known dancer Marsh L Rosa if she had any advice for beginners that are just stepping into the world of Salsa and other dancers and her feed back was immensley valuable and taken to heart: A Dancer, Artist, Teacher and Mother! "These two words resonate with me as many others do, but these two get me to accomplish my goals. I've stopped worrying about HOW. I follow this "formula." *Vision and Passion* Visual
Finding a Partner!
I remember trying to find a permanent dance partner years ago to be such a stressful search. I was always sure that I was never good enough. It has taken years to gain the insight about what really allows for a good partnership. It isn’t what I used to think it was. You can have two extremely talented dancers. The world can sit waiting in anticipation for a great partnership to emerge. How can it not when the pooling of talent should be synergistic? Often, the partnership imp