Well, the last 8 months or so have ben filled with some hard work and a lot of team building. The new album from the big band is about to drop on September 14th, and below is a preview video that takes you through some of the highlights of the project! Check it out below:
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I spent years walking down the expected path. While I was a lifelong musician, I put some of those dreams on hold to pursue law school and a big law firm partnership. Once I achieved those traditional goals, I realized that I was in the wrong place for me, and that there was so much more I could do with my talents, energy and drive.
As a social and arts entrepreneur, I launched a solo law practice to focus on the needs of non-profits and the “little guy”, and also launched the Allentown JazzFest and the Allentown FilmFest, bringing in a fresh and new approach to arts programming into the Lehigh Valley region.
As a teacher, I lecture on innovation and entrepreneurship at Cedar Crest College in Allentown.
With 30+ years behind the drum kit, 20 years in the legal profession, and a whole lot of time spent in conference and board rooms (and classrooms), I can be your secret weapon in achieving your goals with one-on-one coaching sessions and content that is designed to get you where you want to go – whether it’s an arts, non-profit, or social initiative you want to carry out but need some managerial level advice.
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Social entrepreneurs can and should change the world.
A friend of mine, when he found out I was teaching a college course on entrepreneurship, asked how I defined the term "entrepreneur".
My answer? One who takes risk to create a pathway to value.
That sentence can launch many questions.
What do you value? Money? Time? The well being of others?
There is an old saying in the legal profession: Pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered. The subtext of this little gem of wisdom is that it's ok to be a little greedy, but don't go nuts. Moderate greed is acceptable, beneficial even, but excessive greed kills. (I don't ascribe to this, incidentally).Read More