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  • Innovation for the New Year with Peripheral Thinking
    by Deborah on November 26, 2022 at 1:07 pm

    You may wonder as I did, “What is peripheral thinking?” Paul Daniels has trademarked a system for peripheral thinking™ so I felt it was a good idea to hear directly from him. A standard definition of peripheral thinking is to not think too hard to come up with solutions and ideas. Instead, try to incorporate The post Innovation for the New Year with Peripheral Thinking appeared first on My Blog.

  • Just Knowing is Not Enough-Just Do It!
    by Deborah on November 18, 2022 at 4:56 pm

    The phrase Just Do It is associated with the sport brand Nike and was coined in 1988 at an advertising agency meeting. One of the founders, Dan Weiden, credits the slogan to Gary Gilmore’s last words, Let’s do it. Those words weren’t associated with inspiration or athletics. They were Gary’s last words before being executed The post Just Knowing is Not Enough-Just Do It! appeared first on My Blog.

  • How to Survive Inflationary Times
    by Deborah on November 12, 2022 at 12:28 am

    It’s the end of another year with the holidays upon us. Prices are going up faster than Superman can leap off a tall building and that makes the topic of how to survive inflationary times especially relevant. Over the last twelve months, all items in the consumer price index (CPI) increased 8.2 percent. This number The post How to Survive Inflationary Times appeared first on My Blog.

  • What Does Your Current Work Say About You?
    by Deborah on November 4, 2022 at 4:01 pm

    As I write this, we are in the middle of the first round of Grammy Award® voting and the amount of current work artists put out is truly admirable. These are a group of independents and creatives that just can’t help but create additional innovative product. However, I don’t always see that type of new The post What Does Your Current Work Say About You? appeared first on My Blog.

  • Writing a Book and Bookbaby with Tony van Veen
    by Deborah on October 28, 2022 at 6:00 am

    Since I’ve self-published five books at the time of this writing, I was interested in the large sign I saw for BookBaby. I was in Nashville, TN at our NSA (National Speaker’s) Conference and asked if BookBaby was somehow related to CDBaby, which has been one of the top sites for independent artists to release The post Writing a Book and Bookbaby with Tony van Veen appeared first on My Blog.

Deborah Johnson 9-2021

Hi,

I'm Deborah Johnson, M.A.

I built a business as a professional pianist and vocal entertainer and also taught musical and business skills from the private to the graduate levels. In all these endeavors I developed successful solutions and systems to either develop my business or develop students skills so they could build their own careers. Putting systems together has also helped me create dozens of albums, write five books, three full-length musicals and hundreds of songs, many up for GRAMMY Awards. The system works!

I love what I do and continue every day to creatively come up with ways to influence and help those at mid-career and the halftime of life to have a super-successful next chapter! 

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