This article about excuses originally appeared in my weekly newsletter but I wanted to share it again here. Don’t receive my newsletter? Sign up here (the blue box on the right) and get the weekly news delivered to your inbox.
More No More Excuses
Yes, I meant to say that. Building on a recent theme, excuses are just another way to say, “I really don’t accomplish my goals.”
Hit songwriter Marty Dodson, for one. I borrowed some of his ideas for the blog and now I’d like to share a few more. Marty says there are generally two kinds of people in the music business: the Excuse Makers and the Other People. They both seem to be busy all the time but there is a real difference.
The Excuse Makers seem to be busy with things which keep them from focusing on their career and they never have the time to get it all done. They say things like, “I wish I had more time,” and “That guy gets all he breaks.”
The Other People seem to be busy, too. But they are busy making appointments, writing and demoing songs, contacting industry people who can assist and moving the needle on their career. They say things like, “I want to get better at this,” and “I’m going to make this work.”
Which group are you in?
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So, #TakeTheTwenty. You did Take The Twenty, right? If not, why not do it now?
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