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#111 - MUSICIAN - Charles Milling - 20170307

#111 - MUSICIAN - Charles Milling - 20170307

Meeting the Challenges of a Changing Industry

Charles Milling of Live Hymnal on the Curve the Cube Podcast

Welcome to episode #111 of the Curve the Cube podcast, where I will continue to take you with me on my own journey of curving the cube and also catch up with musician Charles Milling--solo artist and Live Hymnal band leader, previously featured on episode #13. He is a visionary, marrying new sounds with the traditional church, and he and I talk a bunch about Live Hymnal's latest album, Procession while also diving into some totally curvist-aimed topics, like:
1) Dealing with industry changes you never saw coming,
2) The challenge of getting people to say, "I must have that!" about YOUR unique thing, and
3) As a creative, knowing when it's ok to end the pursuit of project perfection.

Then I take those topics to a new segment I'm calling The Learning Curve, where I share specific actionable items, tips, tricks, and pieces of advice for you to put into play as you curve your own cube.

So, buckle up for a pretty packed episode, guys!! It was my first foray into the world of editing with my new software, Hindenburg, and I was super nervous about it!!

Thanks so much for listening. Remember to find your passion and do your thing with the Curve the Cube podcast!!

Mentioned in this episode:
#13 – Musician – Charles Milling - 2015-02-01

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[UPDATE: A sampling of music from this artist was previously included on this track with permission. In an over-abundance of caution, that music has now been removed, as of July 25, 2020.]