51 Ways to Pick Up Your Get-Up-And-Go
An enticing true story of a young woman who hated ballet but loved to dance is the subject of this book. She turned her fascination into a career that took her all over the world. Her spirited anecdotal essays prove that success is related to get-up-and-go.Pick Up Your Get-Up-and-Go has heartwarming stories of growing up as an ugly duckling on an Oregon farm and of the challenges of dancing professionally in Las Vegas and the cities of Europe. The author shows you ways to dance to your own beat and embrace life more fully, more richly, with vigor you get only from picking up your get-up-and-go!
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Dance to Your Own Beat
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