Are we comparing our failures and setbacks to the success we see on Social Media? The illusion of success triggering anxiety and depression?
How emotions affect your outward presentation and become consequential to your career.
In Part 2 (of 2), Josh recalls the effect seeing other (better) bands live impacted his beliefs, the need to adapt to becoming a father and husband, as doubt creeps in and the future uncertainty of the band rears it’s head.
What happened in the years following the demise of Fiendish? What attempts and efforts were made for a possible reunion of the band of one-time brothers? How has this experience affected the way Josh perceives his working role in the world, and his ultimate efforts as an artist?
In Part 1 (of 2), Josh chronicles the early days of jamming in “the garage,” his decision to drop out of high school and get a full time job, how he learned to survive as a 14 year old who would eventually find his way playing live shows in front of hundreds of people, into young adulthood, and writing an album in the recording studio that would be talked about over a decade later.
Have you dated a creative person? Are you one of the afflicted? Perhaps it’s like being trapped in a shark tank for both parties. Common relationship challenges such as Financial Instability, Narcissism, Trust Issues (Infidelity), among other issues are cited. So what’s the trick to making it work, and what exactly is it that we, as artists are thinking during the course of a relationship?