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How to Get the Maximum Returns With Financial Planning?

Believe it or not, financial planning is one of the important aspects of an individual’s life. Financial planning is a process of managing your current assets and earnings to make sure that you get peace of mind during emergencies or retirement. You can easily manage your future liabilities if you have proper financial planning done during the early years. There are several ways in which financial planning can be done.

Hire an Experienced Financial Planner

A financial planner or advisor is a professional who assists the clients in planning their financials to help them get a better return on investments. He or she can suggest you the best ways to invest your money so as to get a higher percentage of return. You may be thinking of investing money in the banks as most of the banks offer good interest rates. You should know that financial advisors can help you get better returns as compared to interest paid by the banks to customers. This is the main reason why people hire professionals for financial planning.

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A good financial advisor may have the right knowledge and experience in handling all your investments. Usually, the rate of return would depend on the different types of investment policies, an economy of the locality, and the amount invested. A person having the right kind of expertise can help you get a higher gain. Role of a financial planner includes minimizing the risk and maximizing the gain.

If you want to save money on taxes, you can make proper investments. You can talk to the consultants and get a tax shield and avail the tax benefits by investing in relevant schemes. Whether you need help with short term or long term financial goals, discuss the requirements with expert professionals and seek advice. Doing the right financial planning can help you achieve your goals without any difficulty.

Consider All the Options for Financial Planning

There are many individuals and companies offering financial planning services. It is advisable to start your financial planning early as it gives you a lot of advantages. Once you choose the right schemes, you can see your money grow every year. You can get complete peace of mind when you plan your finances during the early years of your age.

Financial planning is an important aspect of any individual’s life. Hire a professional financial advisor to help you make the right decisions for financial planning.

Carefree Retirement is a reputed financial planning company that helps clients get the best returns for the money they invest in safeguarding their future.

Bluegrass Music Blog – “On the Road” with Chuck and Sandi

The Dream

What’s your dream?
We want you to join us on our musical travel adventure that we’re about to embark on. We’ll venture into all sorts of places where music exists across the United States and report back on the Lesson Pros Bluegrass Music Blog, and share what we’ve learned with you. We’ll tell stories of the people we meet, places we go and the meaning behind the music we find there and you get a front row seat by keeping tuned into our Music Blog. 

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bluegrass music

Who are We?

Our names are Chuck and Sandi Millar and we’re traveling musicians who’ve played music all over the United States. Typically our main genres of music are singer/songwriter,  folk and bluegrass music however, we love all types of music and aim to foster interest in all types of music and promote the education of it, whatever type of music it may be and wherever we are in the world. 

For the past 15 years, we’ve been on the road doing music full time, we’ve taught and played everything from huge music festivals to the tiniest coffee houses and loving every minute of it. We’ve worked our own music lessons businesses and other jobs at home, but decided that we are happiest when touring and traveling the United States and hope to explained to other parts of the world. As music writers we’ve wanted to start our new adventure along with a new project, the Lesson Pros Music Blog and are exited to share it with you. 

Our Daughters

Hayley and Kaysie, our two daughters are almost grown up and may find their way into the bluegrass music blog from time to time. One is in college and the other graduating from high school this year. About 3 years ago, we made a plan that when our girls were both out of high school and settled into the next chapter of their lives that we would head back on the road to do music full time again. They are both encouraging and supportive of this decision and couldn’t be happier to get rid of us for a while, hah 🙂

Downsizing

Downsizing our house has been a monstrous task job since Sandi has been collecting antiques since 1990. We’ve had over 20 online auctions through k-bid (a local online auction house) donated to various charities, sold stuff on craigslist, the Facebook garage sale sites, eBay and Amazon. Who knew how much time it would take to get rid of everything you have collected your whole lives and there is still along way to go to. It’s crazy how freeing it is to let go of all the piles of stuff you’ve collected over the years

Goal of this Music Blog

Our goal of the music blog was for two reasons. To help musicians to become better musicians, and to inspire and foster the culture of music in the world by sharing our musical experiences. 

Discover Here:- https://lessonpros.com/blog-on-the-road-home/

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Love’s Call, the Greatest Call!

And now abideth faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love (1 Corinthians 13:13).

I once listened to a dear minister of God preach and during the course of her teaching, she made a statement that has stayed with me for so long. She said, “Lord Jesus, I have nothing to give you but my love”. I thought, “What could be better than that?” What else could we give Him, but our love!

In Proverbs 23:26, the Lord said, “My son, give me thine heart, and let thine eyes observe my ways.” That’s what He’s asking for; nothing could be better to give Him, than your love. This is so important because it’s all you need to do His work. Your love for Him will propel you to live for Him and fulfill His call on your life. The question is, “Do you love Jesus?” If you do, whether or not you heard a voice “calling” you into the ministry, makes no difference. What will count with God is how much you love Him, and what that love propels you to do to the glory of His name.

If you preach the Gospel, for example, and you feel you aren’t “called” into the ministry, look into your heart; do you love the Lord? If you do, then it means you already heeded love’s call, and that’s the greatest call. If the devil tries to make you feel you’re not called, you declare, “I love the Lord, and I follow Him, because I love Him”. That will paralyze Satan right away because he can’t stand love. Pastor Chris

You can never love Him and fail. It’s not possible. Your love for the Master is guaranteed to always win. Practice loving Jesus. Protect your love for Him and keep it aflame all the time. Love can be quenched; so make sure you stir your love and passion for Him in a way that nothing and no one can dissipate it. Glory to God. Chris Oyakhilome

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Insider Threat A Beginners Guide

What your company spent years to develop can be lost in an instant at the hands of one bad intentioned employee. The statistics on employee theft of intellectual property (IP) paint a dark portrait of what employees do when disgruntled, moving on, or stockpiling for a rainy day. William Evanina, the U.S. government’s National Counterintelligence Executive in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence says, “As a corporate leader, the single most important investment in protecting your proprietary information and sensitive trade secrets is developing a viable and enterprise-wide insider threat program”.

To paraphrase the well-worn mantra on hacking and apply it to the pandemic of Insider Threat: There are two types of companies, those whose employees have already stolen IP, and those who simply don’t know it yet.  No matter where your company is along its journey toward an effective insider threat program, success or failure is measured by the last harmful egress of research, formulas, algorithms,  strategies, service manuals, or other critical business information (CBI). Whether your effort to detect, deter, and prevent CBI loss has become an industry model or is still a nascent vision, three common components can help build a new plan or help review and adopt a mature program.

Security professionals exploring insider threat fundamentals can take a lesson from first-year journalism students. Budding reporters are trained to instinctively repeat basic questions designed to get to the truth, and three of those questions drive the formation of all Insider Threat programs: “What?”; “Where?”; and, “Who?” Security leaders should make it their practice to ask these three questions of their staff, key partners, and operational components of their companies. What is it that most merits protection? Where is this most critical information located, physically and in cyberspace? Who amongst us requires regular access to CBI?

As the past head of counterintelligence for the FBI, a former corporate security executive for one of the world’s largest companies, and now a risk management consultant, it no longer surprises me to hear new security professionals struggle to answer these basic questions. Security practitioners sometimes perpetuate the long-standing C-suite myth that “security’s got this” when it comes to everything from a missing gym bag to a missing gyroscope. The perception that someone, somewhere, must have already addressed, planned for, or is in the process of resolving the concern of the moment, provides comfort to our senior executives and job assurance for those of us in the profession. But the comfort is dangerous and the assurance is hollow. Rather, we should work to dispel the notion that security can or should protect everything. To do that, the savvy security executive endeavors to first identify and then deeply understand exactly what represents the future of the company, where it resides, and which employees have stewardship of this lifeblood. Done correctly, in partnership with key stakeholders including Human Resources (HR), Legal, IT Risk, and Engineering, Science or Business leaders, this approach provides laser-like focus on what really matters, shares ownership across components, and generates  confidence in a process designed to protect against existential threats to jobs and share price.

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Build Your Team

Successful implementation of insider threat programs hinges on assembling the right team. IP protection is a team sport and should not be carried out by one component alone. The team requires willful senior level participants who are convinced the time is right to defend the company against the threat from within. Leadership is often motivated to take this step by a crisis sparked by the loss or near loss of a trade secret at the hands of a departing or onboard employee or contractor. But waiting for such a crisis is not advisable. Gather data on losses suffered within your industry, supply chain, or customers. Talk to FBI corporate outreach contacts and ask for examples of economic espionage targeting your technologies. Talk to HR about where employees go when they depart and ask those employee’s former managers whether cumulative losses pose a concern.

Meet one-on-one with a senior thought leader in Legal, IT Risk, HR, Business Development, or Research and ask them to partner with you to assemble a team and form an Insider Threat program. Next, meet unilaterally with each proposed team member to brief them on the threat and risk to proprietary data and seek their support to more strongly defend the company. In some non-defense corporate cultures, using the phrase “Insider Threat” can still generate privacy, trust, and culture concerns. In one large company, a security leader’s proposal to discuss such a program was met with this question from the head of HR, “Do you not think we should trust our employees?” The security leader responded, “I do, and I think we should have mechanisms in place to defend our trust.” Meeting first with each partner will allow you to listen to their concerns. Limit the team to five or six decision-makers from key functions. When the team is assembled start asking the first of the Journalism 101 questions.

What?

Whether a newly appointed security leader or a seasoned veteran, the question at the heart of IP protection is, “What exactly are we protecting?” Responses provided by security and business leaders to this single question help measure the need for an Insider Threat initiative or the maturity of an existing program. Common responses from the security ranks include; “I’m protecting these buildings”, “I’m protecting this campus”, “I’m protecting people”.  Even security professionals in large, sophisticated corporations frequently do not cite, “ideas”, “research”, “technologies”, or “critical employees”, when asked what they protect. Follow up questions on which campuses, buildings, or people are more critical than others are sometimes met with silence or criticism that the question implies some employees are more important than others. One long-tenured security leader responded by displaying his daily automated reports advising him which doors, hallways, and offices were entered, but, he could neither articulate which company functions occurred there nor how his data was relevant.

Importantly, your team should pose the “What” question to key business leaders including the CEO, General Counsel, CFO, Supply Chain leader, Research or Engineering executives, Business Development or Sales heads, and corporate audit manager. Provide context by framing the question as an attempt to identify the small subset of proprietary information that would most damage the company if it fell into the wrong hands. Various formulas and thresholds can be customized to help guide this discussion and quantify the degree of damage to finances, share price and reputational risk.

Where?

Security professionals can only truly protect that which they know is there. Once CBI is identified, the team must learn where it resides, in both physical and cyberspace. In large companies with thousands of employees and facilities, this question is more easily asked than answered. Yet, the answer is vital to learning how your CBI is exposed. One large company locating its CBI discovered a proprietary formula sitting in an open folder accessible by its entire employee population. Audit of the folder revealed that employees in high-risk nations had visited the folder without any valid reason.

When countering the insider threat, the physical and the cyber security of CBI must be viewed as one holistic endeavor. The behavior of data and the behavior of humans are inextricably linked and the partnership between IT Risk and Physical Security should be seamless. Once aware that specific buildings, offices, or laboratories contain CBI, protocols, and checklists for enhanced safeguarding can be drafted. This initiative counters more than just the internal threat. Upon learning the location of a sensitive manufacturing process one company found the process was part of a public tour route.

Who?

The seemingly simple “Who” question can generate more consternation than the previous two questions combined, particularly from your partners in HR and Labor & Employment Law.  While answering the first two questions is often labor intensive, this last query raises issues of policy, organizational culture, and law. Companies may learn that some CBI is assigned to contractors, and the team must wrestle with the issue of whether people with less allegiance and more transient tenure, should be entrusted with the firm’s future. Yet, identifying employees who require access to CBI is easy compared to planning how to relate to them. This discussion should include standards for employees to receive and maintain CBI access; policies on travel and device security; enhanced computer monitoring; and, governance protocols for investigative response to suspicious conduct. Importantly, the approach to such vital and often singularly knowledgeable employees should be an inclusive one that views them as special stewards with more responsibility than the average employee.

If approached carelessly, insider threat plans can breed mistrust, alienate key employees, erode company culture, and even violate labor or privacy laws. But, a quality program can be a leader’s most important legacy, reaping tangible dividends in loss prevented, jobs saved, and relationships forged.

Originally posted in the Security Magazine https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/88644-insider-threat-programs-a-beginners-guide

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Find Best Short Term Warehousing Near Austin, Texas

There are all sorts of different reasons one may need to rent out a Short Term Warehousing facility. Perhaps one is remodeling the house, and the furniture and other household items need to be moved out of the way. Maybe one is moving and needs a place to store things for a little while, or maybe one is downsizing and has no place to put things. For whatever reason one needs a self storage unit it is important to consider location. This article will discuss why location is such a big factor when choosing a self storage facility.

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Short Term Warehousing

When choosing a Short Term Warehousing facility it is important to consider location because of how much one could save in gas. Sometimes one will have to make many trips to and from the Warehouse For Rent facility. If this is the case, then it is important to make sure that the storage facility is nearby so that a lot of gas money doesn’t need to be spent. The money one spends on gas can really add up over time.

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Another reason why location is very important when selecting a self storage unit is because the neighborhood that the Short Term Warehousing resides in could be a bad neighborhood. In bad neighborhoods anything could happen. It’s even possible for people to break into a storage facility and steal or break many things inside it. Making sure that this doesn’t happen is quite easy. Just find a storage facility that is located in a safe, low crime area. This will give one peace of mind that all of their items in their Warehouse Storage Space facility are out of harm’s way.

Health Data Breach

Why Should You Report Health Data Breach?

The regulation defines a Health Data Breach as the casual or unconventional termination, loss, modification, unlicensed revelation of, or approach to, Health Data Breach sent, stored or other prepared. This broad range of events proves the point that the cause of a collection breach is by and large irrelevant: a breach occurs not only if a information controller or processor’s system is hacked by external perpetrators, but also in any case where a dissatisfied employee destroys or steals individual data willfully.

Besides, any accidental data loss due to the application of back-up routines that turn out to be less than fail-safe, or the loss of personal data due to a virus or Trojan, must also be considered a Health Data Breach within the meaning of Article 4 in connection with the regulation.

When Is A Health Data Breach Report Due?

According to the first draft Regulation, a Health Data Breach was to be reported within 24 hours from the time the breach was established. This reporting duty raised widespread concern among companies in Europe and the U.S. that it may put an unreasonable burden on the data controller that could not be fulfilled. The version of the draft Regulation adopted in October by the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament fortunately eliminated the inflexible 24 hour deadline and instead provided for an obligation of the data controller to report breaches without undue delay after the establishment of a Data Breaches In Healthcare.

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Health Data Breach

This raises the question of when it must be assumed that a breach has indeed been established. Due to the fact that most small to mid-size business, and even some large corporations, still have not implemented an appropriate incident discovery and reporting system, Health Data Breach losses often go unnoticed and are therefore not even established in the first place. Whoever thinks that maintaining this technical status quo and not poking too deep into possible incidents is a good policy had better think twice, however, as a short glimpse into the recitals suggests that ignoring the potential of data losses may not help. Recital, in particular, suggests otherwise by stating.

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What Is Waste Management And Method Of Waste Disposal?

You’re concerned about protecting the environment and keeping your neighborhood clean. So are we. These priorities, along with efforts to promote long-employment opportunities and to provide the highest levels of service, have led Waste Management of Florida to implement an automated waste collection system. The company wants to bring residents of unincorporated Miami Gardens its high-quality collection system, called Auto Cart Waste Collection Service, which is currently available to residents in beachside communities and the city of Cocoa. Recent surveys of Miami Gardens residents on the Auto Cart pilot program show 90 percent of respondents in favor of continuing and expanding the service throughout unincorporated Miami Gardens.

Each 64-gallon rolling cart holds as much waste as two traditional garbage cans. Each 96-gallon rolling cart holds as much waste as three traditional garbage cans. Residents who live in planned communities will be provided one space-efficient, 64-gallon container, which has a width similar to regular trash cans. There’s no lifting required — the cart features large wheels and handles, making the cart simple to maneuver. Both carts can be used for household garbage or yard waste.

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Waste Management

Cleanliness

Auto cart service improves your neighborhood’s appearance because there are fewer containers and no unsightly bags at the curb. The design of the fully automated side-loader trucks prevents trash and yard debris from blowing out while carts are being emptied, protecting local waterways and ecosystems. Attached lids minimize odor and keep out animals and pests.

Cost-Effectiveness

One 64-gallon cart and one 96-gallon cart will be delivered to your home free of charge. Additional carts are available for dollars each. Similar containers are available at home improvement stores for dollors. These carts are compatible with Waste Removal equipment. Waste Management is responsible for the maintenance of the carts at the company’s cost.

Miami Gardens’s residential collection rate is one of the most competitive in the state and within the county. Effective, service fees will increase per month due to increased costs for fuel and commodities, with a 3.8 percent increase each year thereafter to adjust for inflation and fuel prices. With Waste Management’s 24 available collections per month, that equals just 48 cents per pickup! Miami Gardens’s rate of dollors is one of the lowest rates available within the tri-county area for automated and manual collection, compared with these areas’ rates.

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How to Online Practice Guitar Lesson

I am playing it very legato as if speed gives the illusion of perfection. This is something to really remember in your Online Guitar Lesson because so many of us want to play fast. It’s fun to play fast, but what it does is it makes us think that we’re playing perfectly and often times, we’re not. Playing slowly is actually way harder than playing fast and slow pieces are often times much harder than fast pieces because they’re so exposed. Check out Dance meeting to learn more. Fast pieces, they have a particular glitter to them. Whereas when I’m playing really fast, then it’s flashy and so I’m obviously a great player. Whereas if you play something really exposed and really slow, then all of a sudden the connections of your notes are very important, the way that you phrase and how you choose to move from one note to the next dynamically. All that is so much harder than just blasting out some fast notes. Anybody can do that. Look at the heavy metal world. That’s not beautiful music but it’s fast. So what?

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Moving right along. That’s legato playing. It’s an amazing technique in your arsenal. If you have great legato playing, then chances are you’re well on your way to playing beautifully. It’s well worth your time.

The next one we’re going to talk about is speed bursts. This actually, now that we’ve been talking all this about speed, then this is speed burst. We actually do want to be able to play fast because some pieces require us to. It’s a tool. That’s all it is – speed. One of the things, one way is we can mix the fast playing with the slow playing. Rhythmically, we could do something like four quarters and then eight-eights, as in like this. Something like that, where you’re actually splitting long notes and short notes. As a shorter thing, it could be something like two eighth notes and then four 16ths. Yes, you’re playing fast, but it’s only in a small burst. In that way, you don’t have the tension build-up in your hand from playing fast I’m redlining and I’m overdriving my hand because it’s constantly fast. If you start going too fast for yourself and you do it too much and you lock up and you get that. I don’t know if you’ve ever seen cats play with some with the paw, that cat paw. It’s like a spasm more than it is a quick movement in control. It’s more of a spasm. That’s not what we want in our playing. We want to be completely in control so that if we’re playing something in there just happens to be some fast notes going on, that we can just effortlessly put those in and still play them beautifully and still play them connected in legato with beautiful tone and phrase it the way that we want to play it. We have all that available to us. Why not work it up to where we can do that?

Those are speed bursts. Alternate slow with fast. Here’s the thing, it’s got to always be in rhythm. I highly recommend that you play scales with the metronome as much as possible. Whenever you’re playing your scales, that’s the time to play the metronome. Pieces, maybe or maybe not. Metronomes are not inherently musical but time is an element of musicality so you’ve got to have it, and scales are a great place to play that. Use my review of PLAY with your metronome with the scales.

The next one I want to talk about accents. With accents, we can just choose a note, we could say every fourth note, so the downbeat is like if we’re playing guitar in four-fourth times and 16th notes, then it’s just basically the downbeat. Remember, I don’t know if you’ve seen the other videos, but with accents, it’s not so much about playing the downbeat loud, or the accented note loud, it’s about bringing everything else down and creating more contrast. Yes, the accented notes are a little bit louder but mainly, everything else is a little bit quieter. It’s all about contrast, it’s not about loudness.

As always, we want to exaggerate. If you’re going to play with accents, then you really want to play your unaccented notes incredibly quietly, and your accented note very loudly, and remember with accents, one of the basic rules, one, bring everything else quiet so that the accented note pops out more. The other one is watching out for that note right after the accent because the note right after the accent is often times really– It’s easy for that note to get loud. That’s your switch from loud to soft. Any kind of tension in your hands will linger over to that. If you need to, you could go Now it’s a totally different rhythm but you get the picture. You make it a longer note so that you have time to reset. Something like that to where you’ve actually put a full beat in there, offset it so that you can actually make the break because we want it to be– there’s the accented and then there’s the accented, not accent first, unaccented next, unaccented next, unaccented next, something like that. You want the accent to be up here, everything else to be at the same level down here. You can do this also in threes and triplets.

Something like that. Every other note, you can do every five, you could do whatever you like. Accents, it’s great, because it takes a little bit of control. As you get faster with the metronome, then all of a sudden you have this increase in complexities in the things that you’re doing. Keep the metronome going even with the accents as well.

The next variation on your practice you could do would be different articulations. What is an articulation? Articulation is how you play it. Staccato versus legato could be one really common example of an articulation. You could go something like short-short-long, short-short-long.

This combines legato and the quick-prep playing. You could play your quick-prep for staccatos and then a long note. Make sure that that note connects to the next staccato, In other words, listen again to the legato, listen to the connection, the ends of the long note so it’s not so you don’t actually stop the long note and then play the staccato, you actually connect it to it. You can do any combination, you could do, short-long, short-long. Something like that. You could just make any kind of combination of those. You could do all shorts, all longs. You can do any kind of combination, but changing up the articulation would be another one.

The next one would be dynamics. These, I think, I think you’re only to do one, then it would be the quick-prep and then the legato. If you’re going to do three, the quick-prep, the legato and this one because it transfers so much into your music of playing beautifully, and that is using dynamics. We may star loud, get softer as we approach this top, and then get louder as we go to the bottom.

As an example, start loud and just start to vine it off and then we have a long way to go until we get too quiet too fast. Yes, I overdrove the instrument right there. So what? If you’re exaggerating and you’re playing exaggeratedly, then actually work it. Work the entire range of the instrument, how loud can you go, actually go to the point where you actually do overdrive it so you know where it is. In that way, you can actually play just below it. Whenever you go all the way quiet, go all the way to where it just has to ping but it should be as quiet as possible, as loud as possible. You’re getting all of your shades of gray in there. Really do that. The other thing that you could do with using dynamics would be little surges.

How about this one? How about soft, three notes — we’re going to do 16th notes, the downbeat will be… How about a regular mezzo forte downbeat? And then for the end of the next three 16ths, we can put soft, medium, loud on that. We’re actually crescendo-ing, so we have.

So you’re basically connecting with the crescendo. Little swells. This is very musical and your piece, that’s exciting. When you’re playing music. Constantly, this opening like this. Playing with that sort of thing. That’s a little faster, I hope you can actually hear it. The other thing would be the decrescendo though. I don’t use that one nearly as much when playing pieces because I think it’s draining. It’s like the higher.

Just like, I don’t know if you ever talk to someone who sighs a lot, literally just completely suck the energy right out of you. It’s a real drain and this can happen musically as well. I can even hardly play that way. It’s a device, but it’s a little depressing. Crescendo gets more for your bang, more bang for your buck. And so little surges of crescendo here and there will be really useful in your playing and the more of them you put in your playing, if they’re in good spots then its great stuff to do. It takes a lot of control with your right hand and that’s the point of all these variations. It’s to get a lot of control into your playing and control in the way that actually transfers musically to something you can actually use, with any luck.

The last one I’m going to tell you about right now is switching up your scales into patterns. Jazz players do this a lot. If we take a scale, everything else has been mainly right hand-based, except for the legato which also combines the synchronization of the hands, this one is a little bit more brain work for your left hand, but then it also makes it harder for your right hand as well. What we do with patterns is, they are also called digital patterns, is we take the scales and we think of it as numbers as we go up like this. What we do then is we make a pattern, let’s say we go up three we going to start off at one and we’re going to go up two and back one and then back up and then up two and then back one. You go up in some kind of a pattern besides just One-two-three-four-five-six-seven-eight. You can go one-three-two-four. The sky is the limit as far the patterns you could create on this, but what it does is it makes your string crossing much more intricate with the right hand. It makes it where your string crossings are much more elaborate, much more intricate, and much more complex. Instead of just playing multiple notes, you’re oftentimes just playing one on each string and you’ll oftentimes have to go back with an inconvenient finger, such as I playing a higher string and him having to play the next lower string down.

Then that’s going to be weird in the hand. You can just get used to that, which is great.

That’s a whole bunch of different variations you can do with your scale practice. I hope that you can use those and keep it creative. The main thing when you’re practicing scales is to keep it interesting so that you can stay engaged and be always practicing something that is actually bringing your music forward. If you’re ever just droning away, sawing away at scales with your mind completely elsewhere, your mind is out on vacation, then why waste your time with that. You always want to be engaged and focused on what you’re doing and so keep the complexity such that you can actually stay in it. It demands a 100% of your attention. You should always be at a particular point where you are completely and entirely engaged at what you’re doing and if you’re not then ramp up the complexity, ramp up the creativity, ramp up the demands on yourself so that it takes more of your energy to do it. Practicing should be an active sport.

That’s a bunch. That’s a bunch of stuff that we just went through – articulation, dynamics, rhythms, all kinds of stuff. So, always vary it up. Challenge yourself. If you ever find yourself just playing scales, stop and say, “Wait a second, this is supposed to be exciting, it’s supposed to be fun”. It’s supposed to be good, it’s supposed to be juicy. That is what we’re going for in our practice every day. Use some of these in your practice. You might want to make a list of them, great idea, wish I had thought of that. Keep it near your practice place, that way you can always keep things lively.

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Commercial Walk In Cooler Repair Types

Apart from the reach-in standard models are there different types of various Commercial Walk In Cooler Repair that your cold-business needs.

Worktop  Freezers

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Walk In Cooler Repair

When you create a work table and a refrigerator in one would consider a worktop, refrigerator. These units have food-grade stainless steel tops that are durable enough to withstand tasks, the preparation of food. With the refrigerated bases cut back counter refrigerators also on trips to the Walk In Cooler Service Near Me, that increases the efficiency of the worker and reduces cost of labor, which equates to more profit.

Roll-Ins

Roll-in refrigerators suitable found mainly in the bakery industry, for full-size pan racks. This is much easier when storing pans of roles or pastries. Just roll the racks on the slope and in the Cabinet for convenient storage.

 

Under-Counters

When all you need is a refrigerator under your counter, look for a refrigerator under counter will fit. Most of these units will easily slide under a standard 36 “high counter Summit. Some under counter refrigerators are 34 “high, which complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act standards. Click Here

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Ideas For White Glove Storage Austin

If you one of the many millions of Americans who suffer from cluttered yard syndrome, perhaps you may want to consider some outside White Glove Storage Options. The good news about this syndrome is that it is 100% curable with minimal work involved.

Perhaps one of the best things about storage units or small storage closets is that they are completely able to be customized to your existing home. The first step is to visit your local hardware store and talk to a storage specialist. There are several options available if you are thinking outside Self Storage near me. One of the easiest methods is to buy small wooden or metal boxes to store your unwanted clutter. If you have existing benches on your deck or patio, perhaps you should consider turning them into storage benches, with opening seats much like you would find aboard a boat.

Storage solutions austin
Storage solutions austin

If you are in the terrible habit of locking yourself out of your house more than occasionally, you should definitely look into some outside key White Glove Moving Company units. Sold in many hardware stores are fake rocks, which can be coded if you want your key to remain secured, of simply closed if you want to give access to anyone? These key storage rocks are easy ways to remember where a key is placed, while still doing justice to your landscape.

Own a motorcycle, and don’t have a way to keep the elements from soaking it every time it rains? Awnings are very affordable and easy to attach to your existing house for support. They will keep the rain from leaving an unwanted puddle in your seat next time you mount up to ride.

 

Outside firewood storage is a popular selection to keep those wood chips and stumps out of the way until they are needed for their warmth in the winter. Easy to build, all that is required is some wood studs for a frame, some plywood for an enclosure, and plastic sheeting to waterproof the box. A sturdy outdoor firewood storage unit can be well constructed in only a few hours.

Whatever the need, there are several outside storage ideas out there that will more than adequately adapt to your situation. From keys to cars, there is an outdoor storage solution for you. If you want to buy it outright, or undertake the project yourself, outside storage needs are easy and quick to meet with only a few materials and some enjoyable labor. Read More Articles