Famous Vs. Cool Thing To Do This Weekend

I never figured out how to be famous. 

When I did music, I was always good for being involved with something at least a few people would (usually) show up to see. 

You don’t have to be famous to make a cool thing happen on a Saturday night. 

200 people at a local spot isn’t 20,000 people at MSG. But it can be just as fun.

There’s a work lesson in here for people who don’t want to build the next world-dominating enterprise. 

If fame isn’t the target, the audience’s experience suddenly becomes the most important thing.*

*well, next to making your art – which if nobody else wants to see/hear/buy it, you should probably read that audience experience point one more time or get happy with your hobby.   

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