Gone are the days of having to be in the “hubs” of society-NYC, LA, Nashville, ATL-in order to “level-up” your life’s work.
for your craft.
The right people will want to step in and help you reach even higher because they SEE how hard you work and they too will believe in the soul of your mission.
That’s the bottom line.
True leadership requires optimism, so staying positive with your PROCESS is also key.
Nurture your process.
Take care of yourself.
If there’s anything that this song-a-day-for-an-entire-year challenge has taught me, it is this:
Hell yes, you CAN create,
You’ve just gotta dare to suck and BE PATIENT with yourself...
this is a marathon, not a sprint, folks.
Celebrate the wins.
Only compete with yourself.
Get so good, they can’t ignore you. [Clichés are a cliché for a reason😂]. Hard work DOES pay off my friends!!!! #endOfStory#MondayMotivation#GoGetEmTiger
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Happy birthday Slash! The Guns N’ Roses guitarist became known for bringing good taste and restraint back to hard-rock guitar. "It was a stripped-down rock & roll sound compared to what everybody else was doing," he told us of his guitar-playing. Click the link in our bio to read more about him. Photograph by John Zissel