Being creative, and sharing your own unique voice with the world, is scary. If you’re not scared in the process, you’re not doing it right. If your “creative marketing” strategy makes complete and total logical sense, it sucks. It’s weak. It’s not coming from the heart — it’s coming from your head, along with all the other noise you’ve soaked up during the day.
If you care enough about you and your experience and your being and your person and your life, then: measuring yourself up against some ass-hat on the internet or caring about some unhappy stranger’s opinion more than your own? Honey, for real? That’s a literal no-brainer.
The point is, we are all here to find and follow our callings as they show up and evolve. To hear and to honor the undeniable call to action to be, to live, to feel, to connect, to create — to tap into the collective consciousness generated through music and art and to wake the fuck up in our own lives when it comes to the preciousness of the limited time that we have here on this planet.
…d have done things differently, meaning, they think you should do something differently, right now. You should consider yourself over a lifetime not as a single person, but a line of many people with different views and priorities. Now, do you think the last person in that line is wise and all-knowing? There are three reasons to …