Work and the workplace

World-class performances by people who have day jobs

They came to play, a film by Alex Rotaru (twitter @AlexRotaru)

chronicles the 2007 edition of the competition, which is held in Texas and open to those 35 and older who do not play professionally. It has run on an irregular schedule since it started in 1999. The next one, in May, will be the sixth. Some contestants have had advanced musical training; others have developed a natural talent mostly on their own. The proficiency they display at the keyboard is thrilling to see; whatever your own hobby is, you are likely to be awed by how much better these people are at theirs. (

In praise of the amateur – the one who does something for the love of doing it.

In praise of the 35 and older who nurture their talent and passion outside the realm of revenue making.

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By Richard Brisebois

I help companies develop their leaders. I help managers develop themselves and their teams.
Richard Brisebois is a leadership development professional who has worked with 7,000+ managers, leaders, and business owners in 40+ countries, from Fortune50 executives to SME business owners and tribal leaders. He specializes in designing and facilitating leadership development programs as well in team coaching.

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