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Boy! What a girl!: Nicholas Brothers: Jammin the Blues:       Dela det här:Klicka för att dela på Twitter (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för att dela på Facebook (Öppnas i ett nytt fönster)Klicka för att dela på Google+ (Öppnas i ett nytt...

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Herrang hideaways–gems by Mimmi & Fredrik

Photo from Castle-Hop Do not make plans, just go with the flow. When something happens, go there! Take part! Go to the rocks by the beach to swim during breaks. It is the best place to hang out on hot days. Bring mosquito repellent to Dansbanan in the evenings. If you cannot clone yourself to be three people at once (one who dances, one who participates in social activities and one who is at home sleeping) make sure to be totally present right where you are! Dance a lot! Herräng is an opportunity to dance with people from all over...

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Get your best Herräng experience ever–keys by Peter Loggings

What must I not miss at HDC 2017? – The meetings! They will always be a part of the backbone of HDC.  Important to understand is Herräng creates the framework in which anything can happen, but it takes people to make things happen!  You make the camp what it is, take part, donate your time or ideas and magic will happen. No two years are the same in Herrang, it evolves like everything else making expected unexpected! You play the trombone and washboard. Were and when? – Well, the past 5 years after the meeting we had a group...

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Get the most out of Herräng: Markus Rosendals advice

How to get the most out of Herräng? – Enjoy your experience, let go of everyday life and dare to engage! The more you indulge and actively join in on activities the more you will get out of it. It’s nice and so much fun when people just go for it! If I only go out one evening, what must I not miss? – Make sure to be at Midnight Ramble on Carnival night! We will bring a bit of Latin-America to Herräng. What should I wear that night? – Imagine this being a carnival in Rio and dress...

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Why Leading Is Not More Difficult Than Following

Great points and advice! Written by, and originally published at Joy in Motion  1. Followers have to master more vocabulary than leaders do. Because leaders are responsible for deciding which vocabulary to use and when, they have to think ahead and be decisive. But it is precisely this decision-making responsibility that gives them the freedom to only lead a select set of vocabulary that they feel comfortable with. Followers, on the other hand, have to be prepared to follow a wide variety of vocabulary, a sum of the vocabulary of all of the leaders they dance with, including vocabulary they may be...

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