Pocket Guide for Dancers
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- DO YOU WANT HELP TO SUCCEED IN THE DANCE INDUSTRY?
- WOULD YOU LIKE HELP DEALING WITH REJECTION?
- WOULD YOU LIKE HELP FINDING AUDITIONS?
If you have answered YES to any of the above then this book will help.
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"Taira's book, Pocket Guide for Dancers, is a must for professional dancers and all student dancers transitioning into the big wide world of professional dance. If I had this book when I became a professional I would not have made so many mistakes, just as Taira mentioned.
Taira has knitted together a map for a transitional journey from college to a profession that eats up dancers and spits them out, as well as helping dancers to move on gracefully out of the profession, for whatever reason. The Pocket Guide for Dancers is a dancers' lifeline saving them from being one of the high percentage of those who drop out of the business, for lack of how to get an agent, what to wear at auditions, self-care etc. A dancer is a business today, so following Taira's advice will help with this."
Taira, when you post this, if that's what you are going to do, let me know and I will share it with my followers. I would be grateful if you would show my social media addresses under my review.
-Terry Hyde (Mental Health Practitioner)
I cannot thank enough Taira Foo for all the advice given in “Pocket Guide for Dancers”. I’ve graduated in June and moved to London in September and believe me, it can be quite scary. However, I carried this book in my bag every day since I moved here, and I can honestly say that it has been my guide. This book gave me self-confidence, the correct guidelines, tips, and friendly words to help me in this journey. Reading this book was like a meditation and inspiration at the same time. Being a professional dancer is very challenging both physically and mentally, and now thanks to this book, I feel more prepared than ever to pursue my dream. I absolutely recommend this book to any dancer in the world!
-Francisca Mendo (Professional Dancer)