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The Power of “Acting As If”

By Dr Jill Ammon-Wexler Back in the mid 1950′s an outrageously flamboyant pianist had dreams of playing to an audience in California’s prestigious Hollywood Bowl. The problem? He was entirely unknown. But he had a burning passion for his dream. So this strangely flamboyant pianist saved enough money to rent the Hollywood Bowl on an off night. That night he showed up wearing a tuxedo, placed a huge crystal vase of long-stemmed red roses on the grand piano, and played a glorious full two-hour concert. Except that there was no audience, he fully lived his dream. Liberace continued to build...
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