That’s the question my music students frequently asked.
Their parents understandably wanted them to have another way to earn a living just in case.
But “just in case” is an economic solution not a career solution.
You never stop chasing your dream.
That’s the only answer if you want to be happy.
In fact, the more elusive it is, the more opportunity you have to find out how badly you really want it.
It may change or may become bigger and bolder or less so.
Imagine if all the people in the world who dared to dream never gave up.
The biggest roadblock to achieving that which we have a passion for is allowing ourselves to believe for whatever reason – money, age, time to grow up – that there is a time or reason to stop dreaming.
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