My jazz teacher, Paul Pieper, used this term and I liked it. When a musician is doing an improv solo, "light it up" means to play a solo that creates some excitement. I'd say, musicians who "light it up" are coming from full presence. They trust that what they know is inside, and freely let the tune show up and evolve. In your work, you do the same thing. May you light it up this week ~ show your inspiration and create something exciting!
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