Thursday, June 24, 2010
entertainment industry coach Question 477: Really? A Miley Cyrus song as a blog? Isn't that just lazy?
Who are you Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler on SNL? Don't be a hater! If the song doesn't speak to you, let the lesson speak to you. Music is an extremely powerful anchor. By finding songs, such as The Climb, or Drive by Incubus ( a favorite auditory anchor for me), and the always inspiring Eye of the Tiger, you can turn a bad day or a rejection around by reminding yourself that others have felt what you're feeling, so much so, they wrote a song about it. Listening to your own personally designed motivational playlist is a very powerful tool.
I for one- big fan of Hannah Montana. Had more than one client working on it, and did more than one set visit, and found everyone involved to be wonderful. So keep climbing Miley!!!!
ps, I'm listening to The Climb as I write this. Another good one for Risk Taking is "Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim McGraw
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