We all have dreams. Why is it some people are taking huge strides towards realizing them while others are resigned to spectating?
As a spectator it seems like the only thing standing between you and realizing your dream is luck. A chance meeting with an executive who could fast-track your career. A big-name client with the credibility to explode your brand’s exposure. Or in Dylan’s case, a well connected promoter who can put his latest album on the map.
Maybe it is luck. But I believe in an adage with a different take on it: “The harder I work, the luckier I get.”
I’m stoked to have Dylan Sneed with me today to share his story of how he escaped the corporate grind to travel the world as a musician. Dylan is anything but a spectator, and his story is filled with important lessons for Life Stoked Nation.
- What he did while working for a dream-crushing mega-corporation that allowed him to chase his dreams later.
- Why you shouldn’t be trying to conquer your fears (and what you should do instead).
- What he wrote in his journal while sitting in his cubicle that changed everything.
- One simple action that separates Dylan’s amazing story from everyone else’s typical story.
- One thing you must be willing to do if you take your dream seriously.