Improve power in your singing voice


You can significantly improve your performance at work by practicing these eight tips provided by Jason Womack, executive coach and author of the book, Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More (Wiley) (Compare Prices). Jason participated in an email interview which is so full of useful ideas that they overflowed into a series of articles.

Susan Heathfield: So many productivity and performance improvement systems seem to be time-consuming, unwieldy, and difficult to integrate into daily work life. I’m looking for simple tips that my readers might actually do, that would help them improve their performance as quickly as they try out the idea.

These are the kind of tips that make a reader shake his or her head with wonder that they never thought of something that simple, but helpful, themselves. Then, voila! The new tip is integrated. Can you help?

Shrimati Bhanu Narasimhan, a petite Indian woman wrapped in a bright fuchsia sari, has a soft voice but a big presence. She holds the rapt attention of some 100 people who have come to learn how to meditate at the Art of Living Center in the District of Columbia. The type of meditation she teaches is called Sahaj, Sanskrit for effortless. It's a mantra-based meditation she advises doing twice a day for 20 minutes -- before eating. "Mental hygiene," Narasimhan calls it. Sahaj is just one type of meditation. Others are based on compassion, mindfulness, yoga and transcendentalism , among others. While their aims are different, they share common benefits. Here are eight of those.

"Meditation is mind without agitation," Narasimhan says. Stress creates agitation and is something most of us deal with on some level. And it's increasing, given the rising use of anti-anxiety medications, notes Stanford University researcher Emma Seppälä. Meditation allows people to take charge of their own nervous system and emotions. "Studies have shown improved ability to [permanently] regulate emotions in the brain," adds Seppälä, who is also the associate director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford. "It's very empowering."

It improves concentration.
"I'm more centered and focused in everything I do. I don't find myself getting as distracted anymore," says Sara Robinson of Indianapolis, who did the Sahaj course last February. The ER nurse and sky-diving instructor adds that multitasking is easier. At least one study has shown an improved ability to multitask, Seppälä says. "Meditation has been linked to a number of things that lead to increased ability to focus, memory … We've seen this at the level of the brain." Greater concentration is related to the increased energy meditation provides. "It connects you with your real source of energy," Narasimhan says.

After coaching hockey for a number of years and working at a hockey camp I have noticed a number of common mistakes that hockey players make that are easy to fix and are robbing them of power. In fact I was making these same mistakes with 20+ years of hockey experience under my belt, and I only came to realizes these mistakes after training with the radar gun . In this article (and video) I will share a few ways that you can easily improve the power in every shot with just a slight change in your technique . I have also embedded a few videos that will give you workouts to do that will help improve your shot power even more.

We already have covered technique in on and off-ice videos and articles for every shot. If you need help here’s a link for the slapshot , wristshot , snapshot and backhand . Here are a few questions you should be asking about your technique.

Many people think their shot is fine, but if you don’t have an absolute answer to every question there is a good chance your shot could use some work.

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You can significantly improve your performance at work by practicing these eight tips provided by Jason Womack, executive coach and author of the book, Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More (Wiley) (Compare Prices). Jason participated in an email interview which is so full of useful ideas that they overflowed into a series of articles.

Susan Heathfield: So many productivity and performance improvement systems seem to be time-consuming, unwieldy, and difficult to integrate into daily work life. I’m looking for simple tips that my readers might actually do, that would help them improve their performance as quickly as they try out the idea.

These are the kind of tips that make a reader shake his or her head with wonder that they never thought of something that simple, but helpful, themselves. Then, voila! The new tip is integrated. Can you help?

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