For many of us, dance has been a way of life for as long as we remember. We can’t imagine doing anything else except becoming a professional dancer. There was a line that was drawn, and all of a sudden, we’re no longer just dancing for fun, but so that we can make dancing our full-time job.
You are unsure what the future holds, but you know you want to be dancing because it is your passion. You also know that the dance world is highly competitive in terms of professional careers. However, you also know that there is a spot for everyone in the dance world. So, how do you expand your horizons and future in the dance world?
Dance is your passion, and you would love to dance all day long. But what do you do on those days the studio is closed or you don’t have class? How do you get your dancing fix for the day? Here are five ways to stay dancing outside the studio.
A New Year signifies a new beginning and a time to reflect and set new goals for the next year. Sometimes setting goals can be difficult and even daunting, but having goals focuses your energy and encourages success. Here are some of MTD favorite tips on setting achievable goals.
Living in a technological age means that first impressions no longer take place in person, but online. Today, many schools and employers use social media to research applicants. To help you build your online resume, here at MTD we have gathered some of our favorite Do’s and Don’ts of social media: