Category Archives: On Dance

The Dancer, in ‘Actor, Dancer, Singer …’ + New Yorkers For Dance!

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What I learned from my first paid job

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This week’s #WeeklyWrites, we’re talking about our first paid job, and what we learned from it.  I can’t really recall which paid job I had first in my life.  It could’ve been the comic book store, Omni Comics and Cards, my grandma’s restaurant China Jade at a flea market, or Debbie Wong’s, a friend of the family’s Chinese restaurant, but I think it might be one of two others.  I’m going to tell you about both of them.  These two jobs were the beginning of my experience in the performance & service industries.

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Obstacles – Blog & Vlog ft. Obstacle Song

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My first blog: Creative Discipline – [KCRRLives]

What is KCRRLives?
I’ve always used “KCRRLives” as the name of my updates for friends and family,… “K.C.R.R.” is an acronym for my alias, K.C. Randall Rick.  “KCRRLives” is supposed to say, “yes, I’m still alive,.. and here’s what I’m up to.” For this blog, I might do a little journal writing, creative writing, maybe a Vlog, or a photo or illustration, whatever I want.

For the accompanying videos for this blog, go to KCRRLives on YouTube

For other exciting stuff, go to www.carlkli.wordpress.com

I believe that everyone’s journey is different.  This is just mine. Here’s my first blog entry….  KCRRLives Logo


CREATIVE DISCIPLINE
How to get yourself to do “____________.”  In my case, “something with my creativity.”

When I was young, I wrote, drew, sang, danced, and created,… early childhood education, and feeling like an outsider encouraged creativity.  In school I was in a “Prodigy” program, and there were always opportunities to write stories, or to create art.  My creativity had no bounds.

Mice are living in them now...
Mice are living in them now…

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