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Eric Clapton, the Pentatonic Scale, and your Transferable Career Skills

Eric Clapton is one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll guitarists of all time and an icon of musical career reinvention. In 1963, he joined the Yardbirds in which his blues-influenced style and commanding technique began to attract attention. Clapton left the Yardbirds in 1965 and joined John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers where his guitar playing soon became the group’s principal drawing card on the London club scene. Continue reading Eric Clapton, the Pentatonic Scale, and your Transferable Career Skills

Garrison Talks About 2nd ACTS With Radio Icon Brad Davis

It was a pleasure being Brad Davis’ guest on WDRC’s The Talk of Connecticut. Brad is celebrating his 42nd anniversary this year as morning host at WDRC AM and in 2015 was inducted into the Connecticut Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.

Brad and I spoke about the 2ND ACT speaker series at The Waterbury Palace and my presentation March 26th at 6pm. I’ll be sharing with you my own career reinventions so that my “lessons learned” can propel you into realizing your own next career adventure.

Listen to my interview with Brad:

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Get 2ND ACT Audacious at Waterbury’s Palace Theater March 26th

It’s time to throw away your “If I only had” and “I’m too old” and “I don’t know where to begin” and put your 2ND ACT in gear.

As part of its 2ND ACT speaker series, The Waterbury Palace has given me the wonderful opportunity on Tuesday March 26th to share with you my own career reinventions so that my “lessons learned” can propel you into realizing your own next career adventure. Continue reading Get 2ND ACT Audacious at Waterbury’s Palace Theater March 26th