P E RS P E CT IV E : IN T E RV I E W W I T H E X PE RT S
Job & Passion through the Eyes of the Experts During our experiential study tour to London, we asked some of our subject experts from different backgrounds about their jobs and their perspective on passion.
Do they love their jobs? And do they find passion is important? Let’s hear their sincere answer! William Hanson, Etiquette and Protocol Coach:
(Why) Do You Love Your Job?
Franceska, West End Musical Acting Coach:
(Why) Do You Love Your Job? Franceska
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I enjoy teaching etiquette because not only I do get to meet variety of people from all different backgrounds and cultures but, I learn about their backgrounds and cultures as well as learning about my own history, the history of Britain. Because there are some very unusual rules of British etiquette, and it is fascinating to learnings. And I genuinely believe that teaching etiquette improves people’s lives. It gives them confidence to conduct themselves in a variety of social and professional situations.
I love musical theatre. As a child I loved acting and telling stories. I also love singing. The fact that I can put the two together, it’s one of my favorite things in the world. The fact that I think stories are told - when they’re told through music - people respond to music better. So that’s why, I love the Musical because I think it tells the stories better and they are really fun.
The ABC of Passion. Adventure, Bio Stories, and Credos of Passion.