Why Your Talent Is NEVER Enough w/ Tony Moze | BostonSpeaks Episode 040

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Tony Moze wants to push you to maximize your talent. Whether you are a singer, dancer, public speaker, cook, painter, rapper, clothing designer, or hair stylist, if you have a talent and not using it, then you are not only neglecting others, but you are also neglecting yourself. This talk is primarily tailored for those in their beginning stages, unsure or have an idea of their talent, but not making use of it. However, all are welcomed to attend, as Tony uncovers groundbreaking information. What You'll Learn - Facebook pages, Youtube channels and website creation. - Social media: Content creation and brand consistency. - The 13 talent PLUS initiatives. - The business mindset: Why talented individuals such as musicians, artists, etc. need to see themselves as a business. - Book recommendations for individuals who want to maximize their talent. About Tony Tony Moze is a former US Army soldier and veteran of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. He has a Masters of Arts degree in Psychology, and has worked in the field of mental health for over 10 years as a researcher and therapist for children and adult psychiatric patients. At the age of 9, Tony went to a performing arts school, where he played alto saxophone and acted in the drama troops. That same year he read 14 books in one summer. He later joined a Hip Hop group and performed around the world at the age of 22. In 2015, Tony combines his passions of Hip Hop, acting and books, calling himself, "The RHYMING Book Reviewer." Links To Follow https://www.instagram.com/tony_moze/ https://twitter.com/tony_moze E-mail: TonyMoze500@gmail.com Podcast powered by Spreaker. Go to www.spreaker.com/create

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