How You Can Stop Being An Upcoming Artist And Become A Superstar
Without mincing words, I will say it is the goal of almost every upcoming artist to become a star.
But sadly, many still remain upcoming artists even after 5 years and above in the music industry.
What’s holding you back from being a prominent artist?
I think that should be a question that demands a genuine and practical answer as this will continue to happen if the issue is not addressed properly.
Without much ado, the surest way to stop being an upcoming artist and become a superstar is for you to unsubscribe from the Blaming Game.
Truthfully, your music career won’t transform positively until you stop blaming others for your failure.
Listen up, the more you blame your poor background or government for your current position, the more you deny yourself of sweet opportunities in this industreet.
You really need to snap out of the world of blaming others for your failure, if you want to become a star.
See, the world owes you nothing; not even your parents, government, uncles, friends, producers, record label owners, promoters, etc.
Honestly, the more you say the likes of this, the more you kill your chance of becoming a star:
“I should have blown but the producer doesn’t want to help me” or “I should have blown but no one wants to sign me”, etc.
I urge you to take charge of your music career and make things happen instead of waiting for it to happen.
Blaming others will only make you settle for less when you are supposed to be soaring like an eagle.
And blaming everyone and everything will only drain your energy and rob you of your sweet dreams.
Since I have been reading about successful artists, I am yet to see one who becomes a superstar by blaming others for his failures.
See, you need to roll up your sleeves; get to work and stop blaming the universe for your tough luck.
Also, you need to stop blaming your so-called “village people” when you have failed to be useful to yourself.
Put in the necessary work instead of sleeping and expect more from yourself for it is your dream.
The clear fact is this: once you stop the blaming game, you will start thinking and acting like a star.
And your chance of becoming a superstar will probably become inevitable.
I hope this makes sense to you.
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©️Olajide (Hatch Young)
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