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Admit Your Desires

Admit Your Desires

It can take a long time to understand yourself. It so often happens that we’re born into situations where embracing our true desires would mean betraying the wishes of loved ones and the values held dearly by them. Think of the recent satirical biopic – Weird: The Al...

Playing at Stage Volume

Playing at Stage Volume

It’s been a while since I’ve played a gig, especially one where I was tasked with providing background music. It was a fun and pleasant experience, though, one where there was virtually no pressure. If there was any pressure, it was self-inflicted. I have a history of...

One Conversation Can Change Everything

One Conversation Can Change Everything

It’s been my experience that creatives often feel a sense of pressure when confronted with the idea of “networking” or “building connections.” Lest you consider me unsympathetic, I was very much confronted by the idea of holding a conversation with a stranger, let...

The New Podcasts Page is Here

The New Podcasts Page is Here

Yesterday, I shared about the addition of The Question Podcast to my blog archives. And today, I bring you the new podcasts page. On the old podcast page, all you could do was subscribe to The New Music Industry Podcast and Thought Thursday. The new podcast page is a...

The Question Podcast Has Been Added to the Archives

The Question Podcast Has Been Added to the Archives

In my ongoing efforts to simplify and bring my content under fewer umbrellas, I’m excited to announce the addition of all 29 episodes of The Question Podcast to my blog archives today. I’m not looking to steal any thunder from The Question website, which will remain...

On Thinking Slow

On Thinking Slow

Slow down and remember this: Most things make no difference. Being busy is a form of laziness – lazy thinking and indiscriminate action. – Tim Ferriss In the world of performance, action is all that matters. But not all actions are weighted equally. Different actions...

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