We all have dreams. The question is, what are we willing to give up to go after them? Robert Miller is a musician and a podcast host. In this episode, he shares his journey of leaving law behind to pursue his dream to be a musician. Robert tells us what he had to give up and what challenges he had to overcome to find his true happiness and satisfaction.
Robert will share with us today his thoughts on following your intuition, the fear of failure, and the roller coaster ride to success. At the end of this episode, we will also hear about Robert’s new music, podcast, and future plans.
There’s so much to learn from this episode, so hop right in!
[00:01 - 02:43] Opening Segment
I introduce Robert to the show
[02:44 - 24:47] Leaving Law Behind to Become a Musician
[21:33 - 39:25] Robert on Finding Happiness and Satisfaction
[39:26 - 42:59] Closing Segment
“When you have a dream, there’s a burning in your gut...You know when something is right for you, and you know when something isn’t right for you. For me, the signal that was coming into my gut was ‘This is what you always wanted, this is your dream. You’ve got to find a way to go for that dream and go for it.’ ” - Robert Miller
“It’s not the success or the failure, it’s trying. If you’ve got a dream inside of you and you’ve never done it, you don’t want to regret that for the rest of your life. You want to give it a shot. If you make it, great. If you don't, at least you tried.” - Robert Miller
“It’s not a straight path to success… It’s one step forward, it’s two steps back, it’s three steps sideways. The goal was to always keep moving forward.” - Robert Miller
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