Competing Like a Pro: Spotlight Strategies to Help You Shine by Jessika Ferm

By Jessika Ferm

Incorporating suggestions from ballroom dancing, activities psychology, own improvement, and company administration, this must-read publication deals thoughts, secrets and techniques, advice, and instruments to assist dancers of each point increase their dancing event and competing success—while maximizing the enjoyment of ballroom dancing. Competing Like a professional gains interviews with over 20 most sensible judges, pageant organizers, specialist dancers, novice dancers, dress designers, hair stylists, and makeup artists. by no means ahead of have such a lot of specialists shared such a lot of secrets and techniques in a single complete publication! learn their outstanding good fortune stories—and you’ll be Competing Like a professional in no time!

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