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Today I interview Mark Elliott… singer, songwriter, performer, musician, audio engineer, studio producer, novelist, poet, outdoorsman, and airplane pilot. I'm sure there's more:) Listen for inspiration to go forward, from someone who has a big to-do list and knows how to use it!
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Discipline is connected to inspirationProtecting forward momentum energizes the next thingThe legs of your forward momentum are upon content
To quote Devon O'Day;
As a singer-songwriter, Mark Elliott is a ‘lifer.’ He lives and breathes the poetry of existence.
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