In Chapter 9 of 15, consultant Audrey Parker finds creative and artistic inspiration by singing outside of work.
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Erik: How have you cultivated your passion for singing through college and to the present day?
Audrey: I started singing in choirs when I was in eighth grade and I just continued all the way through high school and college and even after college it’s been a nice balance to my business and work side where it’s artistic and it’s creative and it has kept me in touch with people from all different walks of life, all different backgrounds who have a common interest in music and singing and so I’ve developed and maintained some phenomenal friendships over the years through the a cappella group in college, through the choruses that I’ve sung with since college and there’s also been – it’s been fun in several of the organizations that I’ve sung with to bring a more business kind of an attitude or mindset to it to where, like for example in my a cappella group in college I was helping to manage to get the funding in order to make a CD and hire the people to record us and, you know, bring the business piece to get to the outcome that we wanted which was nice. So it’s been a good balance for me in my life it always just makes me feel free and unburdened with whatever I have going on in my work life, so it’s been a wonderful balance for me.
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