Bio of the artist
Ariane Leanza Heinz started teaching at the age of 14. She teaches Private Math, Latin, and Piano lessons. She finished her BA music at the Conservatory of Music in Geneva. She was hired after her studies at the Music Conservatory as the youngest teacher in the faculty.
After running a successful music studio for a few years in Geneva, she decided to see new horizons. She needed a challenge. She took a few suitcases, her savings, quit her job and moved to New York City on a student visa.
After 5 years, she studied with Céline Dion’s vocal coach and built a successful musical practice in the city. She got married, had 2 of her 3 girls. She had fun in the studio with recording artists, organized concerts and guided young artists on their career.
She got the green card for exceptional talent in a few months and she could have stayed in the US forever. But she loved Switzerland and with her husband, they decided to move back in 2010.
In the last few years, she has had the honor of accompanying beautiful artists like Mélanie René, Mané, Bastian Baker, Scott Irribarra, Al Pride, Arika Kane and much more on their path. She currently works with companies like TEDx Zürich, CNN Money Switzerland, and Disney Research Zurich to help professionals, speakers, and TV anchors optimize their breathing and get voice clarity for their message to reach the heart of the audience.
What she shares in this episode
In this episode, you will learn how to recognize your inner critic and its most common resistances. Discover all the obstacles to your success and to achieving your vision. The brighter and bigger your vision is; the most resistances and obstacles you will encounter on the way.
In this episode of the creator mindset podcast
- How to face your inner critic
Key Takeaways from this episode
- Different forms of Inner Critic
- Form of Resistance
- Different types of Excuses
- First step to stopping your critical thinking
- The difference between a non-committed creator to a committed creator
- Inspirational Story of Ed Sheeran
- Steps on how to tame your inner critic