Ten years ago, I became interested in music. Similar to learning about sports, there’s some communicative ubiquity to knowing about music. Everyone usually has some favorite songs, genres, musicians, bands, or albums they want to share. You can gain so much, and not just recommendations, once you find common ground. As you learn more about your hobbies, you become more self-confident. You find your groove. Here are ten things I learned about confidence through music:
#rowingmachine 50 rows. I’ll let you in on a little secret. I’ve actually been doing 51 rows lately! Not 50! This innocent deception is just to confirm I hit 50 rows. Especially when I occasionally exert myself well past my physical and mental limits, where each of the last 10 rows feels like I’m climbing up and down Mount Everest, I’m spent by the time I reach 50. Also, I go with 50, not yet 200, because it’s a reasonable amount any day.