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Booklyn, what a totally cool thing to learn! i did not even realize there was a school for that kind of DJing.
Right now one of the things that I have been learning – trying to learn – is hula hooping. I saw a video a while back with someone doing some totally fun looking tricks and knew that I had to learn how to do that. While I’m not even close to being able to do those tricks I saw I have been able to gain a whole new level of confidence. and that confidence transcends into oh so many other areas of my life. That is something that many of us really don’t think too much about. Something that you might want to learn for the fun of it can actually help you out in ways that you never really expect.
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I totally understand what you mean about building confidence just buy trying. Every little thing that I improve gives me a boost of confidence times 10! Even if it may seem insignificant to someone else, to me it feels like an amazing accomplishment.
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Brooklyn, just love your passion for learning to DJ. there is certainly a skill to had here. The best D.J. are booked out! so yes do keep on going and your dream will be reality. I suspect there are not many female DJ’s either, I have not seen many here in New Zealand, it seems to be a mans world.
For me, learning how to cycle tour with banners was a very big challenge for me. I went on a years long-haul cycle tour with no experience and fell off many times in the process of learning on the trip! But I kept on going even though I could have
easily given up in the first 3 weeks and headed home, but I ended up very skilled on the bike carry 60 kilos or more and climbing the Himalayas. So proud of myself as I had never ride a bike properly before.
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Brooklyn, what a cool hobby! And judging by that video, you’re getting good one step at a time!
Your post reminds me of the 10,000 hour rule in Malcolm Gladwell’s “Outliers” book. Basically, it states that many successful masterminds in their fields dedicated 10,000 hours to their craft. He cites examples like The Beatles and Bill Gates and documents how their dedication helped them rise to the top.
I truly believe this! I’m still an amateur photographer but I spend most of my free time practicing or learning new techniques on my camera. I’m definitely not good enough, but that’s OK. I love it!
Good luck with your DJing! I want to hear more of your beats 🙂
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I love this so much, Brooklyn! Especially that you are learning to DJ. Loved the video of you. I’m going to hook you up with some clubs in Portland when you’re ready! 🙂
As far as beginner struggles, man I’ve had plenty. I sucked so bad at sales when I first got a software sales job. I had no idea how to sell something that was so intangible. But finally after months of hard work and practice, I finally started to see some results. What a relief that was.
Same thing was true for me with coaching, yoga, mountain biking, running, cooking, dating, I guess that I pretty much sucked at everything at first. But you’re so right that if we keep at it with passion that it slowly starts to become easier and then one day we realize, “Hey, I’m pretty good!”
Thanks so much for sharing this and I look forward to attending one of your DJ sets.
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