- Dec 7, 2012
And yet mockery and humiliation can be a powerful motivator if channeled correctly. A guy I used to go to school with started DJ'ing in high school.
At first he was laughed at for being an unpopular geeky kid making a few beats on Fruity Loops. 'you will never be a real DJ, you suck, etc' they said. But he stuck at it. Starting by playing at school balls, then later local bars and so on.
Soon he was playing gigs regularly across the country. And just last year he signed with the local branch of an international record label company to record an album.
I bet success after ridicule is the greatest feeling in the world.
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