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We talk work ethic, balance, focus, reality and how to work toward one's dreams by chipping away one day at a time until the dam breaks.
Process of making his new album, (6:24). Getting 14 songs in 15 hours, (9:19). “There’s a tendency to give away your creativity to someone who you think is an expert.”, (11:55). Ending up with a record with no regrets, (14:50). “Nobody else is responsible to fulfill my dream.”, (15:19). Having a certain sense to separate yourself from the product to produce yourself, (18:12). An abundance mentality, 20:26). Managing his time with recording an album, touring and taking care of his family, (23:22). “What drives me is that I want to make a difference for people and make an impact.”, (25:18). Playing a role in the education system, (27:29). Intensity of the work as a Crisis Manager in the Bronx, (29:28). Similarity between his roles as an educator and a musician, (29:51). Recognizing himself as a service-minded person with age, (30:36). Contrasting a disciplinary versus a behavioral specialist, (34:21). “The most important thing I’ve learned from both of my worlds is accept and forgive.”, (36:38). Possessing the ability to sit down and talk with anyone , (40:38). “Being an independent artist is hard work.”, (44:53). Having gratitude for the “Yes”s he receives as a musician, (48:27). “As long as I’m connecting with people that is a big part of it for me.”, (54:02).
Website - https://www.artietobia.com/
“Driven” Album - http://www.tobiamusic.com/driven/
Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/ARTIETOBIABAND/
Performance Dates - https://www.reverbnation.com/artietobia
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