Boats And Rivers

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If you want to get cuts, think of your song as a boat.  Think of your network of relationships as the water in the river.  You can have a big, deep river (a lot of good relationships), but if your boat (your song) isn’t well-built, you’re just gonna sink.  If, on the other hand, you have a powerful speedboat, but the river is dry, you’re just sitting still.

Amazing things happen, though, when you put a speedboat on a big river.

God Bless,

Brent

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4 thoughts on “Boats And Rivers”

  1. I believe in my boat, but i’m afraid of the getting into the river… Not sure if I will ever want to be on solid ground again, once I row away!

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