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How To Read Music At Lightning Speed: Bass Clef – Part 3


This is the third guide in our series on reading music at lighting speed (Part 1, Part 2). In this guide, we will be learning the final half: Bass clef. By now, I’m sure you’ve been practicing and can read something like this easily: If you’re not sure: Let’s Recap the Treble Clef From previous lessons, we learnt the treble clef has 5 lines and 4 spaces. And these are...

Demystifying Data Science: A Crash Course in Modern Business Analysis


Almost everyone believes they know what data science is until you ask them what it is: Really, Why Data Science? Until recently data science, and business analysis, were sometimes used interchangeably. In fact, it is difficult for you to distinguish between the roles of a business analyst and a data scientist in a small organization . In today’s [business] world of bigger data and cheaper...

How to Start a Career: An Adulting Guide


If I had the chance to sit down and give myself some advice when I started my career, this is what I’d say: Be Awesome At One Skill Don’t try to go for everything, pace yourself and get really good at one, and pick up others as you go along. The important skills in the world right now include (but not limited to): a. Sales and Marketing b. Programming c. Product Design d. Growth...

How To Read Music At Lightning Speed: Treble Clef Spaces – Part 2


This is the second part of reading music at speed. At this point, you should be able to read this fluently: There should be no hesitation — see it and read it. If you can’t do this yet. Review Part 1 of this series. Let’s recap. We have the following: Now let’s learn the spaces. Reading the Spaces. The spaces look like this: Using the same priciples from the previous lesson: Say...

How to Read Music at Lightning Speed (Quick and Easy Guide) – Part 1


Have you tried to learn reading music and got frustrated? You're not alone. In this guide, I will show you how to read music super fast. This method will teach you to see and immediately recognize any music note without all the usual hassle of the traditional method of learning to read music. All you have to do is follow every step in this guide and you will be reading music in no time...

Becoming a Person of Impact


Did you know that a lion’s roar can be heard five miles away? Like a lion, when you’re a person of impact, your effect is felt far and beyond. Here are my thoughts on becoming a person of impact: Get One thing Done, everyday: No matter what it is: Start your day, or end the day with getting something done. Finish it. You want to get momentum. Keep going, Life’s not fair: Get...

The Busy Person’s Guide to Music Practice


No matter how good you currently are, if you’re not practicing, you’re getting worse. Here’s some of my thoughts on approaching music practice, especially when you don’t have the time for it. The Mindset 1. There will never be time to practice. It’s very helpful to start from the premise that you won’t have the time. There will always be something else to...

Why Everything You Know About Mobile App Is A Lie- A Journey to Profitablity


Truth is, building a mobile app is simple, getting it profitable is hard. Too many guides and gurus online focus on the technical part of the process and often ignore the more difficult piece. Over the next few months, I will be focusing on that difficult bit. Here’s a documentation of my journey towards building a profitable mobile app. The app will be an “instacart” for ethnic...

Thoughts on The Danish Way of Parent: Happy Kids and Antedotes (Book Review)


If you want an alternate opinion on raising kid, this is the book for you. This book is an easy easy read with interesting personal approach. I noticed lots of “this is a point, and here’s is how I applied it”. And, that brings it’s own issues of, “yea, it worked for them”, but but not me”. Well, don’t be so quick to judge [yet]. The writers...

Between the World and Me: The Problem with A Perception (Book Review)


Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates profiles what might not seem obvious, the “unknown” continious systematic segregation of the black skin. What makes this book slightly different from many others is him writing to his son (a young black teen) to help him understand, everything is not as peechy as it seem, the message is clear – you’re a young black man, you’re in a society that your...

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