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Reach for the Top

Reach for the Top: The Musician's Guide to Health, Wealth and Success by Dr. Timothy Jameson,  author of Repetitive Strain Injuries: Alternative Treatments and Prevention, and co-authored by Jaime Vendera, will be the first book of many written by Dr. Jameson through Vendera Publishing. Following is the introduction to the book, which is due out before the end of 2009:

Are you considering a career as a musical artist?  Are you a musician or vocalist reaching a plateau in your career?  Do you have a nagging injury that is holding you back from excelling in your musicianship?  Are you looking for the secret clues that the highly successful musicians already know? Then this is the book for you!

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