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Demonstrate enthusiasm. Have an attitude of gratitude. Think positively.
Turns out there’s more to this than hollow platitudes and impossible ideals.
Energy can make the difference. If you set yourself on fire, the world will clamor around to watch.
What you’re saying doesn’t matter as much as how you’re saying it (which isn’t to say what you’re saying doesn’t matter).
Good vibes are hard to find. The world is overwhelmingly negative.
If you’re lit up, you will instantly separate yourself from the crowd.
That doesn’t mean you should fake enthusiasm. Not at all. Authenticity still shines bright in a dark sky.
And this is not more beating the drum of “let’s get pumped up and walk on hot coals!” Icarus will plunge to his doom flying too close to the sun.
What I’m saying is:
Showing up will get you passing grades. But showing up enthusiastic and full of life is going to bring a crowd. Because people are starved for that.
So, if you haven’t been the best version of yourself, and it hasn’t been working, try something else. Shift your energy. You have nothing to lose.
With that, here’s what I created for you this week:
David Andrew Wiebe
I publish daily to inspire creatives and creators just like you.
Here are the posts that went live this week:
- #StrategySunday – April 4, 2021
- 14 Ways I’ve Created an Independent Income Writing
- Life Lived in Bullets
- How to Use a Desktop Calendar Pad to Boost Your Productivity
- The Renegade Musician Digital Magazine: Was it Worth it?
- When Specific Doesn’t Work, Go General
Music Entrepreneur HQ
At Music Entrepreneur HQ, I give modern music makers the tools and mental models they need to create the life they love through music, something I’ve been up to since 2009.
Here are the posts that went live on Music Entrepreneur HQ this week:
- The Renegade Musician Preview
- How to Succeed as a Part-Time Musician
- 231 – How to Get Millions of Streams on Spotify – with Isabella Bedoya of Fame Hackers
I publish at least once per week on the topic of self-discovery.
Here’s what I shared on News Break this week:
As always, I appreciate the read, share, and follow.
I’ve been seeing a little more engagement from @brianrobyoung1 lately. Thanks, buddy! We need to connect soon.
Random Things I Dig
I’ve been playing a bit of Cyber Shadow lately. It’s a real solid game.
You were born to make music. It’s a calling.
But some days you feel like giving it all up.
You see people who are more talented and more prolific. And they have a larger social media following than you.
To add insult to injury, gigs have been cancelled. Is it even possible to make an income from your passion?
Why try? The odds seem stacked against you.
You don’t need to quit. You don’t need to give up. You don’t even need to change your approach.
What you need is a mindset makeover.
Read The Renegade Musician and reclaim your uniqueness, creativity, and calling.
You were born to do this.
Thank you for your creativity and generosity. I’m rooting for you.
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