Why you should think like a rockstar every time you enter a room.
The Summer of 2022 marked a strong return to live concerts for me. I saw 10 significant acts perform this past summer and they all rocked. One of my favorite things about seeing a live show is that it forces you to be present. It is hard to not be in the moment when you have something loud and attention-grabbing in your face. Especially when there is a chance that you will see naked body parts at any moment. #MotleyCrue
But concerts aren’t just about listening to music. They present an excellent opportunity to learn. Because concerts offer a masterclass on performance, entertainment, and creativity. Concerts also remind you that people lose their minds when you mention the name of their city or state. #NobodyRocksLike…
The Concert Reminder
When I go to concerts I’m always reminded to be a rockstar. The world loves people who go big and different. We love people who inspire and energize. We love people who break outsides the standard guardrails of normality. While the majority of humans spend their time and effort trying to fit in, we celebrate those who bust out.
To make a rockstar impression on others ask yourself the following questions:
- How can I be a rockstar in my world?
- How can I light up a room?
- How can I go bigger?
- How can I put more into my performance?
- How can I offer more energy?
- How can I deliver more wow?
- How can I serve up more surprises?
- How can I be more entertaining?
- How can I inspire others?
- How can I move people?
- How can I trash hotel rooms without it negatively affecting my loyalty program status? (Asking for a friend.)
Find your rockstar style. Make minds sparkle. Make people light up from your bright energy, skills, and abilities. Rock their world with your ideas. Your passion. Your daring. Inspire others. And continue to define and refine your style every day.
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