Putting the “Try” Back in Artistry During Quarantine
Avoiding The Discouragement of Online Competition
The Quarantine Challenge
How To Thrive In Quarantine
10 Steps To Get Through Quarantine
5 Life Lessons From Covid-19
How To Stay Productive During The Quarantine
Facing Uncertainty Today
5 Stay Home Hacks For Creators
Where Has My Inspiration Gone?
What Can Artists Do Differently Now?
Using Your Artistry to Change the World
Musicians In Quarantine, What Can We Do?
Smarter Self-Therapy In Quarantine
A Note About COVID-19
Two months ago, life was different. I had a plan, and everything was moving forward. Suddenly, an invisible enemy took over. Now, days in quarantine are downright painful. Life may not get any easier, but one things for sure, we can get stronger.
Hey, you! Yes, you. The one sitting in the middle of a pandemic that no one in the 21st century anticipated impacting first world America – the country where most of us grew up believing you could be literally anything you put your mind to. And that’s what you did. You’re a musician…
We can write great songs for days, but still our mind can pull us down. How to prevent musical burn out? As artists, it’s our job to stay productive and creative. How is your internal dialogue really affecting your future? What if there was a healthy way out?
How can we use our artistic powers to break through the darkeness today? We are uniquely gifted to reach the world with our art. We can harness these gifts to release healing, encouragement, and light. What story are you teaching your audience? How will it create the change that we really need today?
Welcome to 2020: year of social distancing and virtual tip jars. No more busking. No more live show venues. But life must go on, even if it’s in your bedroom. But it gets deeper, and I mean deeper…
Welcome to life in quarantine. If you’re at home practicing social distancing, it’s time to rethink your life.
Caution: reading further may increase your productivity by 10x. We learned a lot from our history, especially from The Great Depression era. One things’s for sure: artists and creators need to move forward and make things happen.
Your art is a beautiful gift to the world. Whether you’re performing by yourself or part of a group, your audience needs real engagement and connection, especially in today’s climate. Don’t start your next performance without reading this.