Young Italian stallion choreographer friend of mine, Francesco Costanzo recently met this old martial arts master from Japan who surprisingly enough also happened to be a multilingual. This master also used to be a choreographer in his early days. He spoke to Francesco in the Italian language and told him that he follows him on the Twitter and has also seen his Francesco Costanzo Dancer Choreographer Janet Jackson performance on Twitter as well. Francesco was really surprised to know this all. To him it was really something to be proud of and he really loved hearing it.
For Francesco Costanzo, there is no mountain high enough and no valley deep enough but he still loves to hear the advice that the elders have to give him. The old master told Francesco to always maintain the exclusivity in his field, he gave him a true example of an electronic store owner, who after observing the fall in the sales of the electronics for over 2 years, decided to become a dance school owner only to go bankrupt later. Just like Francesco, the old master also believes that dance schools ought to be run by dance professionals only.
The old master also told Francesco that surprisingly enough, men that are well-versed in Indian and Japanese martial arts learn ballet and contemporary dance far quickly compared to their counterparts with no such background and hence, the old master advised Francesco to tell his students that are weak in dancing to join a martial arts club before coming to learn to ballet or contemporary dance.
The old master and Francesco both agreed on that more professional dancers than ever before now have a mind open enough to not feel guilty when joining a dance school.