Are You Ready To Stop Working?

Written by John Colanzi

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Greater even thanrepparttar pious man is he who eats that which isrepparttar 124085 fruit of his own toil; for scripture declares him twice blessed. Talmud

The crowning fortune of a man is to be born to some pursuit which finds him employment and happiness, whether it be to make baskets, or broadswords, or canals or statues or songs. Emerson

Do they know something you and I don't?

If you're one ofrepparttar 124086 95% who never make any money online, what do you have to lose. Try doing what you love.

Don't pick something to promote only because you think it will make money. Pick something that inspires you to do your best.

Pick something you believe in and gets your blood flowing.

Find your "Magnificient Obsession." You may never have to work again.

Wishing You Success

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Don't Dream It, DO IT!

Written by Janet Fisher

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If you find that you thought you wantedrepparttar big dream, but then you realize that your dream didn't include allrepparttar 124084 nonsense that goes along with one of those in exchange for your "other dream(s)," (perhaps your family or job?), it is TOTALLY alright to adapt your dreams to accommodate each other. Unfortunately, some dreams require 24 hour dedication to maintain. (Ask any professional who is a megastar in their field.)

PURSUE THE DREAM Don't give up. That'srepparttar 124085 first thing ANYONE successful who is giving advice says, so it MUST be true. (Ok, it's pretty logical that if you DO give up, your odds will go way down...) What I'm really saying is leave no stone unturned. Take advantage of all opportunities, work, work, work at it.

LIVE THE DREAM Remember that each time you sing, play, write, perform, discuss, pitch, etc., you are creating a reality that supports your dream. Don't forget to applaud repparttar 124086 little steps, as well asrepparttar 124087 big. You write a birthday song for your sister-in-law, and it makes her cry with your kindness. Your song is used in a campaign for adoption, and though it didn't earn a dime, it was perfect, and said so much to so many. A peer complimented your writing at a recent song pitch. You wererepparttar 124088 hit ofrepparttar 124089 community musical. GOOD FOR YOU! It all matters.

All these things make us more professional, and give usrepparttar 124090 reasons for doing repparttar 124091 work. They are as important asrepparttar 124092 royalties, and enrich our life of music. Don't overlook them.

APPRECIATE YOUR DREAM Did you know that most of your little steps are someone else's big dream? Some people would give a great deal to haverepparttar 124093 opportunity to perform ONE karaoke song in front of an audience...or have anyone use a song for any reason....or play a great guitar lick...or own a computer...or you name it. Appreciaterepparttar 124094 skills and opportunities God has blessed you with that you might even have a dream.

Janet Fisher, Goodnight Kiss Music all rights reserved worldwide. Contact Janet Fisher is a longtime music professional, songwriter, publisher and producer.

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