Daily Fill 142: Craft Your Identity


Hey Everyone! Welcome back to another episode of The Daily Fill! Scott is some different tips on how to craft you identity as a musician.Do you have ask, “Why am I so uncomfortable behind the drum set?” If you’re like me, you probably said, “YES!” Well, then this episode is for you. I genuinely want to help you find your identity and these tips helped me. P.S. I give out bonus tips

Your identity, who you are, what you do, what music you like, what you play, how you play, whom you play music with, and so on. All of these things create what we become as a musician. So, what are some ways we can Craft Your Identity.


Today’s quote: 

“Do What You Fear Most, First!”

-Grant Cardone

Key Points from Today’s Episode

  1. Think as a musician, not just a drummer
  2. Learn What the similarities and differences with other instruments
  3. Learn what most are unwilling to learn.
  4. Do what you Fear most, First!

    1. Learn to Read Music
    2. Learn How to Listen
    3. Learn to make Genuine Friendships
    4. TAKE ACTION!!!


Today’s Sponsor: Predator Percussion Custom Stave Snare Drums – Click here to visit the site

Always Commit and Take Action. Now, GO PRACTICE!

-Scott Jackson

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If you missed any of last weeks episode you can catch a quick link to any of the episodes below

Scott’s Drum Lesson

Last week’s Daily Motivation for Drummers with Richard

Last Friday’s Podcast 

Drummers I Like Social Media links





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