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Today's Life's Black Belt guest is Bill Protzmann
We talk about his early life, feeling alone and depressed at times. He says he never "fit in" to any particular group. Music was something required in his household since his mother was a piano teacher.
He shares a great story from his childhood about the first time he felt his music connect to an audience and the power of that moment.
A succesfull IT entrepeneur Bill always maintained a passion for music. Through his desire to helps others he studied the science behind how music can help people on every level of their life. He developed a company called "Music Care" where he teaches audiences and businesses how they can use music to help themselves and their businesses.
You will hear the passion Bill has for music and it's power to positively change lives. It was a great conversation that I know will help to inspire you. In addition Bill also authored the following book you can pick up on Amazon:
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In addition to being a successful IT entrepreneur, Bill holds magna cum laude degrees in piano performance and creative writing, and has concertized and performed for many years with a focus on bringing music to audiences in non-traditional ways.
In 2011, he launched Music Care Inc, a for-profit corporation dedicated to teaching practical ways music can be used for self care. His work was recognized by the National Council for Behavioral Health with an Award of Excellence in 2014 – the behavioral health equivalent of winning an Oscar.
When he talks about music and self care, he speaks with gentle conviction and from real experience.
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