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Concluding the three part series on “The Top 10 Distinctions Between Millionaires and the Middle Class” by Keith Cameron Smith, Leah and C.J. discuss taking calculated risks. How long did you dream about being a musician before you decided to take the risk? What have you risked to get you where you are today? What are you willing to risk for the tomorrow you want?

“How do you take calculated risks? Ask yourself these three questions: One, what’s the best thing that could happen? Two, what’s the worst thing that could happen? And three, what’s the most likely thing to happen? If you can live with the worst thing that could happen and if the most likely thing to happen will get you closer to your goals, then go for it. If you aren’t able to handle the worst that could happen, and if the most likely thing to happen doesn’t get you closer to your goals, then don’t do it. The next time you have an opportunity to take a risk, ask yourself these three questions.”

 Doesn’t that make incredible sense? Wow. There is so much more to this message you have to hear in this week’s episode.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Staying in a learning mindset
  • The importance of marketing in the new music industry
  • The correlation between your finances and the rest of your life
  • An abundant mindset
  • Taking calculated risks
  • Failure as a part of the path to success
  • Choosing success over acceptance
  • Playing to win instead of playing not to lose
  • Using money as a seed
  • Deciding nothing will stop you
  • Rejecting complacency 

Tweetables:

“If you’re going to succeed in this new era of the music industry, you have to be a marketer.”  - @metalmotivation [0:06:02]

“You can’t separate finances from your mental life, your thought life. You can’t separate money from your health and your health from your career.”  - @LEAHthemusic [0:13:40]

“You can do more when you are more abundant. You can do more for yourself, you can do more for the world.”  - @LEAHthemusic [0:16:12]

“When it comes to money, if you hang on to it, that’s the most it’ll ever be. If you let it go, that’s the least it’ll ever be.”  - @metalmotivation [0:29:40]

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

The Online Musician 3.0 — https://explodeyourfanbase.com

Sam Morrison (TOM Student) — https://www.facebook.com/SamMorrisonBand/

Book a Call With Us — http://www.CallSMA.com

Inner Circle Membership — http://savvymusicianacademy.com/innercircle

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