Better Than Yesterday

It’s important to work on improving yourself each and every day yet,
there is no rush, because you have a lifetime to do so.  But
don’t wait too long, or you may very well
run out of time.

Think about it this way . . .   if you can say to yourself each day that
you are, at least,  “better than yesterday”
then you are making very good progress!


I started playing the piano at age 4, having innate talents recognized and supported by my mother and, later, in my life-long career as a clinical psychotherapist working in mental health for over 50 years, my passion has become to combine the benefits of music with the skills and techniques I taught and used with the patients I served over the years into a meaningful blending of music and personal empowerment. The conscious recognition and use of this merging can enhance not only the personal strengths of others but also recognize how to make the most out of their daily lives. In addition, demonstrating the immense value of such powerful concepts as positive thinking, gratitude and hope, making this a integral part of their very being, will contribute significantly to personal confidence and self-esteem as well as confidence in what lies ahead in the future.

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