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Barb Rocks Selected As SXSW Mentor!

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Very excited and proud to announce that SXSW has selected Barb Rocks as a mentor for their mentorship program during the conference! Barbara is a mentor on management, live events, and A&R and will be available on Saturday March 16th from 3:30pm to 4:45pm at the Austin Convention Center in Room 17A on the 4th Floor.

Mentor Sessions offer 15 minutes of one-on-one interaction with industry leaders and professionals from a variety of fields spanning interactive, film, and music. To schedule your time, please do so through your SXSW account.

Barbara will be in Austin from March 8th to 17th and would love to meet up with everyone while she’s there. So if you’re going to be at SXSW, let’s get together!

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Frantic Romantic Rerelease Victoria Trap Album & Announce Santa Cruz Show

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San Jose dreampop quintet Frantic Romantic are rereleasing The Victoria Trap album which was previously available under their old band name Skyway View. The Victoria Trap features some of the band’s best singles including “Made of Glass,” “Crimson Petal,” and “Never Let Me Go.” The band is premiering one single every week day from February 14 to February 28 on their YouTube, starting with “Wilted Heart,” which appropriately surfaced online on Valentine’s Day. The full album will be out February 28th on Spotify and all major outlets.

Frantic Romantic also announced their first Santa Cruz show on Saturday March 2nd at Blue Lagoon with Threat To Self and Birdo.

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Barb Rocks Signs Frantic Romantic To Her Management Roster!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 21, 2019

Barb Rocks announced the signing of San Jose's dreampop rockers Frantic Romantic to her management roster. Having worked with the band in their previous incarnation, as well as managing lead singer Mr. Kerosene's former band Drop Dead Sixty, it was only natural for Frantic Romantic to sign with the local band manager they already trusted and built repertoire with.

Frantic Romantic emerged from the ashes of Skyway View with an arsenal of new music, which they've been releasing monthly since October 2018. Comprised of six strangers who came together to handcraft a sonic, melodic miasma of songs, they’ve been compared to the likes of The Cure, Echo and the Bunnymen, and Psychedelic Furs. Both melodic and aggressive, they possess a sound sonically reminiscent of decades past, oozing 80’s new wave mixed with 90’s culture, with a stage presence to match. With four singles and accompanying videos released already, plus a new video and full EP coming this Spring, the band is ready to burst out of California music scene and gain traction wherever they can.

In regards to working together, Frantic Romantic's Mr. Kerosene said, "We’re very excited to announce our official partnership with Barb Rocks. Barb has a quality that few others possess: she really gives a damn. She wants musicians to succeed, and she’ll fight for bands even when they aren’t fighting for themselves. As a group, we feel our dedication to our work will not only be matched, but heightened by her services. She has a myriad of resources and she makes herself constantly available. We look forward to working with our manager and close friend, Barb Rocks."

Barb Rocks said of Frantic Romantic, "I’ve always been impressed with the drive, passion, and energy the band has to make it in this business. Not only is Frantic Romantic releasing quality songs with entertaining videos, they are also eager to learn and find new ways to garner people’s attention. Working with musicians who are actively involved in achieving their goals with a distinct creative vision is every manager’s dream, and together we can achieve new heights.”

Both Frantic Romantic and Barb Rocks are excited for this union and what the future holds, confident their working relationship will lead to prosperous years ahead.

Be sure to check out all the creative music videos Frantic Romantic has released in the last four months and be sure subscribe to their YouTube Channel! The band is currently shooting their new music video which they plan to release in March, followed by the release of their debut LP Celestina. And don’t forget to stream their music on Spotify!

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Frantic Romantic Release The Wolf In Newest Song & Video

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Amping up for a wild Friday? So is this werewolf. Watch his night out on the town in Frantic Romantic’s latest music video “Un Lobo Entre Nosotros.”

The video follows a lonely wolf creeping the city streets and causing some trouble, as well as the band and friends dressed in various animal heads jammin’ out to the song. Not only does watching the video make you wish you’d been at the video filming in your own animal spirit mask, but it also conveys that there’s a little wolf in all of us.

Stay tuned for another awesome video coming this Spring with the release of their full new album!

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Barb Rocks On Social Media Panel At Balanced Breakfast Music Summit

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Balanced Breakfast announced their 2nd National Music Industry Summit, taking place at PianoFight in San Francisco on Saturday February 9th, with a Pre-Party on Friday February 8th. Meet professionals from San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Denver, Nashville, Austin, Charlotte and more. Learn from panels discussing everything from social media to licensing.

Check out the Schedule & Panels:

10:30 AM • "Welcome" • Front Cabaret Stage
Stefan Aronsen - BB Co-founder

10:40 AM • "Flow Warm-up" • Front Cabaret Stage
Barb Blank - Yoga Instructor

11:00 AM • The Importance of Radio • Center For New Music
Alvie Alex Adams (Moderator) - DJ at BFF.fm
M Florentino Buenaventura - CEO EnterTalk Media
Mindi Levine - Radio DJ & Music Marketing Maven
Amanda Guest - Founder of BFF.fm
Pam Benjamin - Director at Mutiny Radio

11:00 AM • No Photo, No Video, it Didn't Happen • Small Theater
Reed Cameron Fox (Moderator) - Artist
Boris Petrov - Software Engineer @ YouTube Music
Anne Cook - Co-founder of PressureDrop.tv
Paige Parsons - Photographer
Greg Chow - Photographer

11:00 AM • How to Build a Stronger Brand • Big Theater
Zen Zenith (Moderator) - Song Writer & Podcast Producer
Ben Givarz - Sr. Content Specialist at Dolby Labs
Bryce David Dow-Williamson - C.E.O. at Second Octave
Ayliffe Brown - Director of Programs at Zoo Labs
Matt Roads - CEO/Founder of IHE Entertainment

12:00 PM • The Power of Social Media & The Web • Center For New Music
Suzanne Yada (Moderator) - Social Media Specialist
Isabelle Garson - CCO at Second Octave Media
Dakin Hardwick - Managing Editor of Spinning Platters / Product Trainer for Eventbrite Music
Cory Zechmann - Blogger Silence Nogood
Barbara M Wahli - Artist Manager / Social Media Advisor
Moody Jones - Director of Marketing at EMPIRE

12:00 PM • Tech Tools for Music Professionals • Small Theater
Bob Duskis (Moderator) - Co-Founder Six Degrees Records
Rémi Jourdan - Founder TuneTrax
Elaine Ryan - Founder Hooplays
Anisa Khoshbakhtian - Digital Asset Advisors (blockchain)

12:00 PM • How to Book Better Shows • Large Theater
Travis Hayes - (moderator) Booker at Neck of The Woods
Jules Indelicato - Booker at Bar Fluxus
Kent Jamieson - Manager at Slim's
Lynn Schwarz - Talent Buyer at Bottom of The Hill
Paul Chalker - PR & Marketing Manager at The Chapel

LUNCH BREAK

1:00 PM • Live Broadcasting
Dor Wand - Founder at Fault Radio
Dundee Maghen - Co-founder at Fault Radio

1:00 PM • Afternoon Stretch
Eve Fleishman - Yoga Instructor & Musician

2:00 PM • Creating an Unforgettable Experience • Center For New Music
Josh Windmiller (Moderator) - Artist, Festival Producer, Venue Director
James Lopez - Assistant Talent Buyer at Noise Pop Industries
Liam Shy - DJ / Lawyer
Andi Galpern - Founder & Producer at Cascade SF
McKay Garner - Record Producer, Mix Engineer, Composer

2:00 PM • How to Musician Better • Small Theater
Kat Downs (Moderator) - Sit Kitty Sit
Serafino Barto - Forgotten Dreamers (formerly Serf & James)
mike hoffman - Panic is Perfect
Sivan Lioncub - Everyone is DIrty
Alexi Rose Belchere - The Y Axes

2:00 PM • Music Business Stories • Large Theater
Kit Russell (Moderator) - Creative Consultant
Lyle Burns - Creative Consultant
Ashley Kervabon - Stoyanov - Founder of #WomenCrush Music
Fred Hausman III - President of Prize Fighter Records
Justin Pogue - Consultant / Financial Advisor / Author

3:00 PM • Tools For Industry Success • Center For New Music
Arya Zarrinkelk (Moderator) - Creative Arts Career Counselor & Musician
Marcus Ghiasi - Lead Singer of Your Fearless Leader
Elliot Gann - Executive Director at Today's Future Sound
Paige Clem - Marketing Director for High Sierra & Musician
Michael Annuzzi - Musician

3:00 PM • Opportunities in Music Engineering • Small Theater
Kalib DuArte (Moderator) - Executive Producer Asylum Arts Record Label
Chis McGrew - Producer and Mixer at Hyde Street Studio C
Carmen Caruso - Music Producer, Engineer & Lead Singer of Agouti
Michael Romanowski - Mastering Engineer
Edmond Clare - Producer at Noir Studios (Sony Music)
Chris Wirsig - Songwriter, Composer, Producer at No:carrier

3:00 PM • How to Treat it Like a Business • Large Theater
Peter B. Jacobsen (Moderator) - GM at Music City SF
Mark Pearson - Lawyer with ARC Law Group
Bob Duskis - President and Co-Founder of Six Degrees Records
Dae Bogan - Co-founder & CEO of TuneRegistry
Alison Lucille Griggs - Owner of Note 4 Note Accounting

4:00 PM KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Watch the promo video!

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Frantic Romantic Premiere "Celestina" Single With Animated Video

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San Jose dream-pop rockers Frantic Romantic released their newest single “Celestina” today with an awesome animated video created by lead singer Mr. Kerosene!

Middle Tennessee Music premiered the video with a raving review stating:
“California based rockers Frantic Romantic emanate the essence (and a charming nostalgia) for the magical process of music discovery during an era now simply referred to as the ’90s. They are that band you stumbled upon in a shitty dive bar one random night with whom you uncontrollably fell in love with. Their songs were included on those mixtapes you carefully curated and handed to your girlfriend(s). They are the band you tried to emulate with your middle school buddies during talent shows. They are rock and roll from a gradually distancing era of music history that many of us hold near and dear to our hearts.“

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Music Launch Summit's Seven Days Of Interactive Learning

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Music Launch Summit, created by Australian musician and entrepreneur Steve Palfreyman, just released their Seven Days of Interactive Learning to Build Your Career in Music.

This event series is here to help artists and industry professionals up-skill, to gain insights and inspiration, meet and collaborate with your peers, and most of all, to walk away with completed work to help you launch. 🚀

I urge you to watch the replays and learn from those that specialize in these topics and provide great information so you can take charge of your music career!

Sign up and then watch here! I also posted my notes from each session in my dropbox.

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Frantic Romantic Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos With New Song/Video

In honor of Dia De Los Muertos, San Jose dream-pop rockers Frantic Romantic released their second single and music video today with an awesome premiere in No Depression magazine! Writer Mary Roberts states:
“With Alt-Pop hooks, the group easily wins over your heart and your ears which does the soul good. Vibrant melodies take over the track as it captures the nature of the band and also the video. Bound to win you over, Frantic Romantic quickly proves they have staying power in the modern era.“

The band was lucky enough to get another write-up via Music Existence, who’s writer Stephen Vicino wrote:
”The video not only shows the essence of the group in song, but also as a visual masterpiece. Their sonically alluring sound blends perfectly with a strong melodic flow that resonates throughout. The video perfectly captures the essence of the song with solid instrumentation and intriguing vocals which helps to convey the story of the piece.”

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Music Driven Rockumentary Releasing October 31st!

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My friends at Tabrizi Productions made an awesome rockumentary called Music Driven and they are releasing it this Halloween 10/31/18 through Vimeo On Demand!

Music Driven features a filmmaker and a musician that hit the road and journey across the US to take a pulse on the current state of unsigned rock and roll bands. If you're a musician, promoter or just a fan of music, there is something here for you. I guarantee by the time you finish the film, you'll have found at least one new band to follow.

Watch from the comfort of your home on the big screen or your computer through Vimeo On Demand. Streaming ($3.99) and Download ($12.99) available. Pre-order the film today, first 20 that use promo code: FREE20 will be able to rent the premiere for free!!! Slots are going fast!

Link: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/musicdriven

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The Go Ahead Playing Two Female-Themed SF Shows on 10/27

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The Go Ahead are bombarding San Francisco with two shows this Saturday, October 27th! First, the band takes the stage at Bandwagon’s “Women In Music” event with The She’s and Zelma Stone from 12-6pm, part of their Summer Music Series at Anchor Taps. Then, the band rocks PianoFight’s Femme Fatale Halloween Party with Thrown Out Bones from 10pm on, so dress as your favorite lady of the night and join in on the dancing and costume contests for the best dressed lethal enchantress!

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The Go Ahead Selected For Topgolf's Who Will Rock You Season 2!

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After auditioning in LA back in September, The Go Ahead were selected for Season 2 of Topgolf’s Who Will Rock You digital series! The band will compete with 23 other bands from all around the US with the hopes to advance to the finals in Nashville and win! If you’re in Las Vegas on Oct 21st or Oct 22nd, you can apply to be in the audience for the filming and get paid for it. As of right now, The Go Ahead are scheduled to film on Monday October 22nd. Stay tuned for more info; the band and I can’t wait to share this experience with you!

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Frantic Romantic Release "At Night" Single & Video

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San Jose’s new dream-pop rockers Frantic Romantic released their first single “At Night” today with an awesome music video! Thanks to PureGrainAudio for debuting the band’s moody song about solitude, as well as the incredible artwork of their upcoming album.

Lead singer Mr. Kerosene talks about the making of the video in the article, stating:
”We really wanted to play into the title and the mood of the song, which is basically bleak solitude. The whole band is separated, playing this song in their version of the same room.”

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Guest Blog: The Benefits of Art and Music Therapy for Individuals in Recovery

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Photo Credit: Daddy_E_Photography via Pixabay

For many years now, art and music have played a big part in the recovery of individuals who have battled things like depression, substance abuse, and PTSD. Waking up the creative side of the brain can have so many positive effects on a person’s life that music and art have been incorporated into therapies for these issues and many others. Not only can it help with expressing emotions, it can help a person become more social--effectively battling loneliness--and boost self-confidence, which is essential in overcoming many hurdles.

There are many ways to utilize art and music for the best benefits, so it’s important to find the one that works best for you. Many people who have told themselves for years that they “just aren’t creative” have found that they actually do have a hidden talent, or a passion for a form of creativity that they hadn’t previously explored. Do a little research first and explore the various ways creativity can help you overcome the things that are holding you back during recovery.

Here are a few tips on how to get started.

Learn to play an instrument
Learning to play an instrument can help you express yourself in a positive way while boosting your self-esteem, something that is so important when you are in recovery. Nowadays, it’s so easy to learn something new; there are tutorials and informative articles all over the internet, so do a bit of research to figure out what you might like to play. Woodwinds are very popular because they offer such a huge variety of sound, so you may want to start there. The saxophone and clarinet are wonderful instruments that can be adapted for many different musical styles. If woodwinds aren’t your thing, consider trying the trumpet; check out some reviews of the best trumpets on the market before you pick one up.

Help your body recover
In substance abuse recovery, it’s important to make sure that both your mind and body are taken care of. Art and music can help with both of those, and, in fact, are often employed in therapies for seniors who are in treatment for Alzheimer’s disease for that reason. Activities such as painting or playing an instrument are wonderful for gaining strength and control in the muscles, and they can both help reduce stress and lower blood pressure. Helping your body heal is a major part of recovery, and pursuing creative activities is a great way to start.

Get social
Not everyone is born knowing how to paint a masterpiece, so most of us need to learn at least the basics of art or music before creating our own. Taking a class will help you get social and make new connections, an essential part of recovery. You may feel reluctant to meet new people or talk about your past, but with creative endeavors, you don’t have to. Sharing your passion for painting or playing guitar is a way to bond with others and will help battle loneliness.

Boost your self-esteem
Turning to a creative pursuit during recovery will help boost your self-esteem in ways you might never have thought of. Learning what you’re good at and finding a passion for something new will allow you to form new friendships, take ownership of your actions, express both negative and positive emotions, and give you something to look forward to. In using art or music, you will be raising your self-esteem and self-confidence every day.

Creative activities don’t have to be limited to the visual arts or the musical; you can think outside the box and unite them, or pair music with another expression, such as dancing. Finding ways to express yourself can help you get through even the darkest of days during recovery and will allow you to live the life you want to live.


Big thanks to life and career coach Julie Morris for this great guest blog!

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Life Size Models Playing Bandwagon Summer Series Aug 25th

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BandWagon announced their SF Summer Music Series taking place the last Saturday of each month August through October.  Each concert will have a different music theme, from indie rock to funk and soul and beyond. BandWagon, a unique mobile music venue, will curate its stage with local talent to keep the crowd movin’ and groovin’ all day. 

At each event, they’ll be pouring a special, small-batch BandWagon collaboration beer on tap. For August’s event, try BandWagon Wheat, a light, fruity, and refreshing beer brewed at Anchor Public Taps.

Life Size Models will be headlining Saturday, August 25th date, which also features performances by Your Fearless Leader and The Cires.

For more information, check out their Facebook Event.  There is a $5 cover at the door for 21+.

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Balanced BreakFEST 2018 Announced!

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Music industry community Balanced Breakfast announced their first ever Balanced BreakFEST taking place September 20-22 (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) at 7 venues in the Mission District of San Francisco with over 60 Bay Area bands.  Early bird tickets for $32 are on sale now, so buy them before price goes up!

SCHEDULE:

Delirium - DAY 1
5:00 PM The Oakland Mind (Oakland)
6:00 PM VIQUEEN (San Francisco)
7:00 PM OUTERS (San Francisco)

Amnesia - DAY 1 HAPPY HOUR
5:00 PM Little Spiral (Concord)
6:00 PM RESONANCE (San Francisco)
7:00 PM MAAYAN (San Francisco)

Revolution Cafe - DAY 1
5:00 PM Amalgamation (San Francisco)
6:00 PM Eve Fleishman (San Francisco)
7:00 PM Matthew DePasquale (San Francisco)
8:00 PM Reisender (San Francisco)
9:00 PM Loveangelists (Oakland)
10:00 PM Dillingers (San Francisco)

Make-Out Room - DAY 1
7:00 PM Swamp Child (Berkeley)
8:00 PM The Bikini Complex (San Francisco)
9:00 PM Sit Kitty Sit (San Francisco)

The Knockout - DAY 1
9:00 PM Trez Maschine (San Jose)
10:00 PM The Living (San Francisco)
11:00 PM Alvie & the Breakfast Pigs (San Francisco)

Amnesia - DAY 1
9:00 PM SPECIAL GUEST
10:00 PM New Spell (San Francisco)
11:00 PM Fellow Vessel (Pittsburg)

Elbo Room - DAY 1
9:00 PM Vice Reine (San Francisco)
10:00 PM Great Highway (San Francisco)
11:00 PM Californicorns (Oakland)


Amnesia - DAY 2 HAPPY HOUR
5:00 PM Veins (Oakland)
6:00 PM Aurora Beam (Watsonville)
7:00 PM Manos Lindas (San Francisco)

Revolution Cafe - DAY 2
5:00 PM CJ Storm (San Jose)
6:00 PM E.G. Phillips (San Francisco)
7:00 PM Brother Spellbinder (San Francisco)
8:00 PM Martay (Salinas but living in Kansas City)
9:00 PM Shelby, Texas (San Francisco)
10:00 PM on dolphin (Oakland/Grass Valley)
11:00 PM Grey Davies (Berkeley)

Make-Out Room - DAY 2
7:00 PM William Robert (Oakland)
8:00 PM Unlikely Heroes (Oakland)
9:00 PM The Y Axes (San Francisco)

Amnesia - DAY 2
9:00 PM Agouti (San Francisco)
10:00 PM The HA (San Francisco)
11:00 PM The Crux (Santa Rosa)

Elbo Room - DAY 2
9:00 PM Serf and James (Napa)
10:00 PM Pamela Parker’s Fantastic Machine (San Francisco)
11:00 PM Love Jerks (San Francisco)


Amnesia - DAY 3 HAPPY HOUR
5:00 PM Clara Bellino (San Francisco)
6:00 PM Sayla Dobro (San Francisco)
7:00 PM Blonde Toledo (San Francisco)

Revolution Cafe - DAY 3
5:00 PM Zak Fennie (Napa)
6:00 PM Clementine Darling (Santa Rosa)
7:00 PM Phoenix Tweak (Oakland)
8:00 PM Ziva (San Francisco)
9:00 PM Justin Seagrave (San Francisco)
10:00 PM Gutter Swan (San Francisco)
11:00 PM SPECIAL GUEST

Amnesia - DAY 3
9:00 PM Skank Bank (Berkeley)
10:00 PM The Urban Renewal Project (Los Angeles)
11:00 PM Van Goat (Oakland)

EL Rio - DAY 3
9:00 PM The Wyatt Act (San Francisco)
10:00 PM Gooferman (San Francisco/Oakland)
11:00 PM Doctor Striker (San Francisco/Oakland)


If you’re curious what their events look like, check out their 3-day showcase last year at SxSW. It featured 24 prominent bands from Austin, San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose.

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Guest Blog: 8 Ways to Make a Skill Stick

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Photo credit: Pexels

Learning a new skill, whether for fun or career advancement, takes some discipline. Thankfully, there are tons of practical skills and talents that you can learn. You might start off with a jet pack of motivation, but it might dwindle as weeks go by and new challenges are encountered. Here’s a few tips and tricks on how to learn a new skill and make it stick.

1. Set SMART goals
You might have heard of a SMART goal: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time-bound. This is a great way to start off new skills: setting smaller goals that are easy to achieve. Learning a new skill isn't easy. It's OK to start with small, achievable goals, and in fact, that's what will help you build the confidence to keep going. As you set smaller goals using the SMART template, remember to make distinctions between tasks and projects.

2. Set yourself up for success
Make your goals super easy to achieve. Let’s say you’re learning the guitar. Sometimes, taking it out of the case can be more effort than it’s worth. To solve this problem, you would buy a guitar stand and have your guitar on display so you remember to practice. Or, if you have a goal to exercise after work more often, store some workout clothes at your job that make it more convenient for you to hit the gym when you’re done in the office.

3. Control distractions
Part of finding the dedication to learn a new skill requires you to identify things that derail your focus and dealing with them. According to Lifehacker, changing your environment can help you reduce distraction and prevent bad practice habits that adversely affect your accomplishment of your goal. This can mean avoiding specific areas, or maybe cleaning your house so you can focus more easily.

4. Vary the way you do a task
Research has shown that subtly changing the way that you practice or perform a new skill, especially motor skills like learning a new instrument, causes your brain to reorganize information and improve your ability to learn something new. If you’re repeating the same musical sequences or language phrases, vary slightly when you practice so your brain starts getting into a new habit.

5. Tell a friend to keep you accountable
A friend can either learn with you or follow up with you. If necessary, make some ludicrous promise to them that you must fulfill if you don’t achieve your goal. This might mean giving your friend $100, or donating to a cause instead.

6. Reward yourself
This one is part of most attempts to learn a new skill, but finding the right kind of incentive is what’s really important. There are some rewards you can receive when you achieve a goal or learn a new skill, and there are others that you can use to reinforce successful actions or behavior. Find out what works for you, and don’t reward yourself until you’ve checked off your task.

7. Take a break after a focused session
According to the New York Times, taking a short break after you perform a focused session of work helps switch your brain into a mode where the information can be processed and new neural connections can be made.

8. Find a mentor
For many of the skills or talents that you want to learn, it’s likely that you can find someone who has already accomplished what you want to do. Talk with someone about the steps they took to accomplish the same goal. This gives you a good blueprint for how you will succeed.

Accomplishing really small goals in the beginning can help you get a good idea for how you can succeed in learning a new skill. Focus on just learning a little bit each day instead of trying to learn everything. You’ll find confidence as you continue to accomplish more goals.


Big thanks to life and career coach Julie Morris for this great guest blog!

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Planet Booty Joins Ninja Sex Party's Tour De Force

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In case you missed the big Booty news: in addition to their 20+ remaining dates on tour with TWRP this summer, they've just been added to the rest of Ninja Sex Party’s Tour De Force (all dates except Houston)!

Have you ever had a sex sandwich because that’s exactly what will be on the menu every night with this insane lineup. Many shows have already sold out so buy your tickets now while you still can! 🤘💖🍑🌍 

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