2013 was quite a year.
Aside from the big life-changing events like moving into a new house, having twin girls, buying a minivan, and releasing an album, it was a big year of learning for me.
I learned a lot about recording and mixing.
I learned a lot about business.
I learned a lot about myself.
One of the things I’m proud of is that I read over 40 books in 2013. At least 40 of them were audiobooks (many of which I read/listened to multiple times), and another handful were physical books.
Most of these books were non-fiction business and personal development-type books, with a smattering of fiction and religious books too.
And what came of all this reading, you ask?
I would read about a cool business practice, and I would try it out on my business. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn’t. The ones that worked I adopted; the ones that didn’t I left behind.
I didn’t just learn for learning’s sake. I took what I learned and applied it. I tried it out to see if it really did work.
I did this with my business, with my recording and mixing projects, and even in my marriage.
The result? I’m a different Joe than I was in December 2012.
And guess what, homeslice? I want that for you, too.
I want you to pick up a few of my training courses today, watch ‘em over the next couple of months, apply what you learn, and make better music than you’ve EVER made in your life.
And then, in December 2014, I want you to send me an email telling me all the awesome stuff you accomplished in 2014.
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