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The 5 Most Difficult Challenges of Life on the Road and How to Overcome Them!

My guest today is a 22-year old Cale Moon, a Nashville recording artist, singer, and songwriter. In 2013, his parents sold their home and hit the road to promote Cale’s music. Cale’s terrific support team went to over 300 shows last year. He has an inspiring story of perseverance and determination. Join us!

Cale Moon

 

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • How Cale is inspired by Roy Rogers
  • Cale’s team and the story of his music career
  • At age 15, began playing guitar, along with singing and acting
  • How guitar made him more of a people-person
  • Learning to tell others’ stories
  • Hitting the road/lessons learned
  • Cale’s biggest surprise? “How much life on the road in a bus costs-just to keep going!”
  • Satisfying life
  • One of Cale’s most important mentors? Marty Davis
  • What Cale truly desires
  • Sleepy Little Town—one of Cale’s first songs
  • Learning to market yourself at a young age
  • Cale’s advice to young performers: “Be humble, be approachable, and always be willing to learn.”
  • How young performers undervalue themselves and sell out for too cheap
  • Cale’s brand new song about a rare day off (Hear it here!)
  • Why time management is Cale’s biggest struggle
  • Not allowing himself to get distracted and waste time
  • Self-evaluating: Why it’s important
  • Find Cale on most social media or at calemoon.com. You can email Cale: cale(at)calemoon(dot)com.