Content creation has become the new, “I have a band.” Where once you would ask someone to, “check out your new song,” or, “come see our show,” you are now more likely to be sharing your latest podcast or commentary. Even a creator such as myself who has found a way to continue making music in this new space can not deny that I see bigger returns when I produce a proper video or supplementary podcast to help promote the release.
As I stepped out of the vehicle this morning with my dogs, I, like most every day, first took account of which way the wind was blowing. The particular park we went to today for a hike is very open with little shelter. It still isn’t very warm where I live and there tends to be a constant north-wind blowing these last few weeks. It is chilly. When you’re doing a loop, and before you return to your car, the direction you set out on can impact your journey. This is especially true when there is a cold wind blowing through. I know this may be a strange metaphor for today’s article, but the more I trudged through the frozen yet muddy ground; jumping over puddles, the more I realized that, “This is a great way to illustrate some points I’ve been thinking about lately…”
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