Is there a relationship between music and self respect? Brady Novotny thinks so. He joins SPC host David Delmar to share how he found the inspiration to pick back up the guitar after years of putting it aside and how that created a new level of self respect. He also shares how the question of what his legacy was going to be was staring him in the face and how his mom becoming ill was the nudge he needed to start taking more risk with his music career. He shares some valuable information as a psychologist and now on-the-rise musician about how to overcome fear and put yourself out there in the world through Youtube and other means. Tune in to hear how his lessons can improve your life and enhance your self respect.
Hello, this is David your host of SuperPower Creatives, and you’re listening to our episode, Psychology of Music and Self Respect.
I believe everyone is a creator and it’s this inherent birthright that’s the source of our superpowers. Stepping into this personal authority is scary though. This show celebrates creatives that stay true to who they really are making a living using their creative superpowers. The stories they share will excite and inspire listeners to do the same. Making positive change in the world.
I’m most grateful to welcome our guest for today’s show. His level of talents, knowledge, and commitment to the bettering of himself and music, at large, through amazing perseverance is something I truly admire and am inspired by and respect. I really feel his story today is meant to be heard by a specific type of listener. Perhaps a listener who gave up on their dreams of one day doing music. If that’s you, then today is the day that it all turns around and our guest you can thank directly. Brady Novotny started playing the guitar at the age of ten. Determined to be a world class guitarist, he left his first guitar lesson with his instructor telling him to give it up now, that’s just wrong, man, that’s just wrong.