Maestro Roger Nierenberg | Why Music is a Universal Language, How to Lead by Listening, and Why Learning Music Teaches You Patience

Show Notes

The celebrated Maestro Roger Nierenberg joins us to share about what it’s like to conduct appearances for the National Symphony, the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, the Detroit Symphony, the Saint Louis Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, and many other great American orchestras.

  1. Yes, yes, yes and yes! Thrivetime Nation on today’s show we are interviewing the Maestro Roger Nierenberg?! Roger welcome onto The Thrivetime Show! How are you sir?!
  2. I know that you’ve had a ton of success at this point in your career, but I would love to start off at the bottom and the very beginning of your career. What was your life like growing up and where did you grow up?
  3. What was the first instrument you learned to play?
  4. Roger Nierenberg When did you first figure out what you wanted to do professionally?
  5. What is your relationship like with music…how would you describe your love of music?
  6. Many of our guests say that they had a key mentor or a key book that they read that really helped them to change their mindset and their approach to success…do you have a key book or mentor in your life that has impacted you the most…I would love to hear that story?
  7. Roger Nierenberg When did you feel like you were first really beginning to gain traction with your career?
  8. What has been the biggest adversity that you’ve had to fight through during your career?
  9. You’ve been asked to make guests conducting appearances with the National Symphony, the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, the Detroit Symphony, the Saint Louis Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, the Indianapolis Symphony, the San Diego Symphony, and many other great American orchestras…what exactly does a maestro do?
  10. How do you bring out the best in the orchestras that you lead?
  11. How can the business leaders listening to this show learn how to bring out the best from their teams?
  12. Roger Nierenberg You come across as a very proactive person…so how do you typically organize the first four hours of your and what time do you typically wake up?
  13. What are a few of your daily habits that you believe have allowed you to achieve success?
  14. What advice would you give the younger version of yourself?
  15. We find that most successful entrepreneurs tend to have idiosyncrasies that are actually their super powers…what idiosyncrasy do you have?
  16. Roger Nierenberg You’ve got the mic, what is one thing that you want to share with the Thrive Nation before you drop the mic?
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