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TitleJacques Le Sueur - Conjure
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"The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his

work and his play, his labour and his leisure, his mind and his body,

his information and his recreation, his love and his religion.

He hardly knows which is which.

He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does,

leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing.

To him he is always doing both."

- James A. Michener.

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She does a ton of research, looks around at what other stations are out there,
what software is available, what music she can get copyright-free. What the
best in the world are doing. Possibilities. A mental sketch of the perfect
listener. She actively looks for music that vibrates with her soul, the message
she wants to share with the world. She fills pages and pages of notes, figuring
out the details of how it will all work. She doesn't leave anything to chance.
Details, details, details.

Once she's comfortable, she works on the processes: the sequences she'll
need to go through to get an episode finished and online. The sequence to
get sponsors on board. The lifespan of each part of the whole. She sees the
journey people will take with her, one step at a time. Blueprinting.

Next, she starts putting the structures in place. She opens folders on her
computer, creating template emails to send to sponsors. She builds a file of
music to use. She installs all the software necessary, and gets a working
knowledge of how it all fits together. She figures out any potential problems,
and their solutions. She builds systems so that she knows she's delivering
consistently every time she decides to upload a new program.

Step next: she goes over everything with a fine-tooth comb, cleaning up,
refining, tuning. The visual image. The sound. All the surfaces. Finally, she
launches a test-run, maybe just to a handful of listeners. Friends. The

"If you've got a talent,

protect it."

- Jim Carrey

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feedback leads her, and she adjusts until all systems are finely honed,
operating at full capacity.

And it's now that she can play... every episode is a joy to produce because it's
a celebration, a gift she's sharing with the world. She is, in essence, gifted.
Creating something she'll be proud of way down the line.


Good. If you haven't done so already, make it a mission to connect with your
core message. And start imagining experiences you can create to share this
message. Look for vehicles that you can launch and then step away from.

Step away from? You see, there are a limited number of hours in a day: you
will only generate massive cash once you start charging for the value you
provide rather than your time. Pump solid, focused energy into it initially, get it
fighting fit, and then send it out into the world with a blessing, freeing you to
set the next one in motion.

Next big question: who do you sell your experiences to? Is there a demand
for it? Where do you find these people? How do you persuade them to part
with their hard-earned moolah?

"Look within.

Within is the fountain of good,

and it will ever bubble up,

if thou wilt ever dig."

- Marcus Aurelius

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"And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world

around you because the greatest secrets are always

hidden in the most unlikely places.

Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.”

- Roald Dahl

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