This week, I’m going a bit outside the music industry realm for a few quick links that I think can help with achieving your dreams no matter the specific occupation.
Super-ass cool productivity guy, Tim Ferriss wrote a post last year about test-driving your dream job. One of his many, (he’s a world-championship Tango dancer as well as Martial Artist) was the one in the post: Monkey Trainer. And he’s got the videos to prove it. One of my own, was a little less daring, but fun none-the-less when I hooked up with one of the best pastry chefs in Minneapolis, Minnesota to try my hand as a chef. Check out Tim’s post, I’m sure you’ll find it funny, if not enlightening.
Zen Habits’, Leo Babauta is another guy that I follow in the productivity, life-mapping realm. His guest poster, Collis Ta’eed, co-founder of AudioJungle and FlashDen wrote a great post this week entitled: “How to Get a Lot Done – 7 Tips to Achieve More”. Read it and put your entertainment career plan into action.
Lifehacker, is one of my favorite blogs, hands down. This week, Lifehacker pointed to SarahRae’s post from Chicago’s Apartment Therapy about how to clear dvd clutter from your house. What a gem. Apply the same techniques to your music collection and you’ll find you’ll be much more sane in the morning, and much more organized as you pursue the important things in life!
Have a brilliant weekend, enjoy it if you’re already in it, and hope you had a great time if you’re already out of it! Cheers, Doc
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