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Albert Frantz by Mind Map: Albert Frantz
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Albert Frantz

  Out of nowhere, Albert Frantz discovered at the age of 17 his love to play the piano and for classical music.   After winning several piano competitions, he was awarded the first pianist of a "Full Bright Fellowship Scholarship" to study at the conservatory in Vienna at Roland Batik classical music.  

The Power of Finding our hidden Dreams

Albert Frantz’s talk deals with the search and fnding of hid- den talents and dreams, and the things it takes to make this come true.



Played back what he heard in school from his principle

at age 13 - took a trip to pittsburgh

collectively declared war on classical music

left the concert

fingers slammed in a door

strike 1

car accident on the motorway

strike 2

Albert's teacher: He'll never be able to play the piano

strike 3

at age 17 I discovered that classical music was great!

I don't know what I was doing was supposedly impossible

Thinking we can't guarantees failure


where do our beliefs about what is and what is not possible come from?

Deaf percussionist can hear with ‘other’ parts of his body

A pianist that has learned to play with his feet

We have to break the rules

Looking both ways made me find a new solution to an old problem.

Challenges are symbols

can be manufactured

or arise from within

Dreams have objective measures

meaning is measured by challenges

The purpose of challenge is growth

Your hidden dream is something you fear

Inspiration and fear are two different things

Finding the determination and commitment is sometimes all we need

If you have total certainty in your internal world

you WILL find a way

Emotions can be powerful resources

Dreams are entirely personal and totally relevant

internal successes are even more important


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