Have you noticed that we are wired for processing music at a deeper level than spoken words? Do you recall instances when music and lyrics moved you to deep emotions and bold actions?
Have you found a way to incorporate music into your daily life?
At age 7, I discovered the joy of making music. In my 30’s I was ‘too busy’ for music. Silly! Since turning 40, I’ve been devoting more time to sharing the joy of music with others.
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During difficult times of COVID-19 isolation, I’ve started a project aimed at nurturing community connections. It’s a Live Interview Series called Conversations with Dune & Friends, where we discuss life, leadership, and learning.
Here are recordings of my conversations with many wonderful musicians.
AROUND THE HOUSE & CAMPFIRE
HUONG QUE BAND
“Dune is an excellent entertainer with a wonderful personality.”
President of Golden Mountain Toastmasters (2010-2011)
Chair of 2011 Golden Mountain Toastmasters Chinese New Year