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#074 He Wants To Become A Famous Musician


This musician dreams of making it big, if only he could overcome his fears of what others think. ¬†This is a great call for all artists and performers who want to step on stage with more confidence, but also for all those who have a tendency to give way too much credit to other people’s opinions.¬†

Topics covered on this call

  • He’s been studying music all his life, and is pursuing music as a career
  • He’s filling much of his time with non-musical activities, in order to make money
  • He feels that he’s being held back because he’s too “polite”
  • How the words we choose can hold us back
  • A different way of looking at other people’s opinions
  • Why feedback of any kind is largely irrelevant
  • Explaining what a negative audience reaction really means (and how to feel way better about it)
  • The concept of the back story – how to no longer feel like you’re not good enough
  • What to focus on during EVERY performance, no matter where or whom you’re playing to, to make every performance awesome
  • The right way to evaluate the quality of your music (the only thing that matters)
  • Why your audience is not responsible for how you feel during and about a performance
  • What about the other musicians? Isn’t he dependent on the quality of their performance?
  • He tends to get caught up in a huge amount of negative momentum. How can he break out of it?
  • How most people misinterpret their resistance and stop themselves from shifting
  • How to not be discouraged by the discomfort of stepping out of your comfort zone
  • Getting over his fear of judgment and criticism, especially from people he greatly respects
  • Why your family may be negative about your chances of making it in music
  • Why talking to truly successful people is so inspiring and uplifting
  • Can you respect someone and still disagree with them?
  • What to respect people for and what you should NOT lend your respect to
  • The difference between not respecting someone and DISrespecting them
  • What to do when you have loads of ideas hit you at once. Which one do you choose?
  • Is it possible to miss opportunities?
  • How can he attract his perfect audience?