- Posted by Dan Moore
- On October 31, 2018
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Freddie Ravel is the GRAMMY-nominated Keynote Maestro who combines his expertise for business breakthroughs and virtuoso piano performances with a clear and concise application of music’s communicative and scientific powers to inspire, ignite and lift the minds, hearts, and potential of audiences around the world.
Backed by number one hits and collaborative successes with Madonna, Earth, Wind and Fire, Prince, and Carlos Santana to leading the teams of J Lo, Jimmy Kimmel, and Lady Gaga, the #1 charting keyboard artist and composer is the Founder of “scOre,” a worldwide program that delivers customized peak performance experiences to reveal how the structure of music enhances leadership, innovation, and productivity for entrepreneurs to major corporations alike.
Dubbed the “Keynote Maestro” by the City of Los Angeles, Ravel received the city’s Award of Recognition for creating a music-based system to “renew the national and international economy” while his film, television, radio, and recording credits include CBS, FOX, CW, Universal, iHeart, and XM Sirius. Straddling sectors across Media, Tech, Healthcare and Wellness, Diversity and Inclusion, Communications, Social Impact, and Financial Services, clients refer to him as “the ideal balance of Entertainment and Content.” These include IBM, Toyota, Red Bull, NASA, Apple, Blue Cross, Google, and Citi where he continues to serve as a captivating access point through which to transform corporations, education, entertainment, and the human condition.
- You’ve got to have a sense of timing and tempo when you’re executing leadership and teams. -Freddie Ravel
- A drummer, in the business sense, is a respect for time. -Freddie Ravel
- How are you using your goals as a leader, the people you work with, the community you work with–the harmony–to make sure that you are managing your time? -Freddie Ravel
- The inability to execute things in sync, with a good pacing, with good timing, leads to a score that never gets realized. That leads to failure. -Freddie Ravel
- We have to be completely involved with each other, in the moment, at the same time. Synchronized with each other. That is what a great team does when they’re having success in the business world. -Freddie Ravel
- I’m interested in helping my fellow man and woman grow. I’m not interested in stagnation. -Freddie Ravel
- [In response to: how do you avoid coasting?] Variety is the spice of life. We’re ultimately here to help each other. -Freddie Ravel
- I always tell people: May you always sing your melody, listen for harmony, dance to your rhythm, and celebrate the great score called YOU. -Freddie Ravel
- “Where your talents and the needs of the world cross, there lies your calling.” -Aristotle
Freddie’s closing thoughts: I don’t think you can get out of bed with a smile on your face if you’re just living for yourself! You can’t be looking at the proverbial mirror. You have to be looking through the eyes of other people; “the light in me recognizes the light in you.” Every moment is such a privilege to have a chance to look through the eyes of other people.
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