It’s crazy thinking about how people move to major cities and just expects that they are famous because of their experience. We are all searching for our own light and humility with confidence in your talent goes a long way.
I love my blog, I will tell everyone it is the greatest thing ever, but I am also open to critiques and making changes. If someone told me that my colors need to pop more, I woulda happily research eye catching colors and update my site. If some says my grammar is terrible, i would review my upcoming work and and make changes. I would even consider enrolling in writing classes, because I know I'm not a writer by training, I'm a writer by passion. Hell, I could use the lessons.
I see so many artists on social media putting their work out there but they NEVER ask for feedback. They automatically assume that their work is grade A and the best thing since the latest craze, but your singles are not poppin on iTunes, your video has 30 views and only a few people who actually appreciate your talent follow you back.
We have turned into a generation where we think we are the best, and we truly are not...
The fame will not just happen, it is not instant it takes a lot of work and if you're not willing to put in the work than make that skill a hobby, and not a potential career, which is not a bad decision. I know for a fact, my acting chops, my vocal ability and my love for the theater could mean i secretly want to be a theater actor and want to win a Tony. It's a wonderful idea, but not for me. I will continue to check out music and sing my ass off, and act out these parts in the privacy of my home (and my friend’s home), maybe some of you should consider the same...