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Neil Moore is one of the most dynamic humans I’ve ever felt. I mention this during our conversation, but I remember a moment at the event where I met him where I got to look straight into his eyes and hold his gaze for a few moments – I was instantly in tears – it just feels that good to be in his presence. He offers potent perspectives and simple frameworks in this interview that can help us all have better relationships and life experiences.


About Neil Moore:

Neil Moore is the Founder and Executive Director of the Simply Music Institute of Learning & Education. He is also the creator of the Simply Music Piano methodology.Neil was born in 1957 in Melbourne, Australia, and began studying piano at the age of 7. He has spent most of his life actively involved in ‘playing-based’ music learning. Neil composes and arranges much of the music used throughout the Simply Music Piano (and Accordion) program. In addition to curriculum development, Neil’s most extensive field of focus has been the training and coaching of piano teachers.Currently, Neil guides the direction of the organization, advises on its executive operations and is the international spokesperson for the Simply Music Institute of Learning and Education.

In this episode, Neil shares:

1. Qualitative and quantitative components of relationships
2. Discerning when to keep or break commitments
3. Why it’s so much easier to be kind and appreciative than not

What You’ll Hear:

8:46 The male expression of intimacy
11:33 Navigating the six components of any long-term relationship
18:49 Voluntary periods of fully feeling an experience
32:45 Creating a safe space for people to be themselves + living through appreciation

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