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Jay "Jeezy" Jenkins

FInd Your Unique Voice & Unleash Your Creativity w/ Jeezy EP 1480

Give Yourself permission to evolve and believe in your dream!

With more than a dozen RIAA gold, platinum, and multi-platinum hits to his credit, JEEZY, the Atlanta pioneer of hip-hop’s dominant trap genre, has amassed over 6.5 billion catalog streams, and over 960 million YouTube channel views. 2020 marked the 15th anniversary of Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101, his seminal RIAA platinum Def Jam label debut LP. It entered the Rap and R&B charts at #1 (#2 on the pop side), and immortalized trap music with the double-platinum #1 hit “Soul Survivor” featuring Akon.

“The new rich is, peace. You can put somebody in a Rolls Royce and they’ll still have the same problems.” @jeezy  

And now let’s jump into episode 1480 of The School of Greatness!

“You can't worry about your past, you have to be at peace with who you are and who you're becoming. @jeezy  

Some Questions I Ask:

  • Aspiring artists often struggle with self-doubt and finding their unique voice. How did you overcome any creative insecurities early in your career, and what advice would you give to others facing similar challenges?
  • Fear of judgment can sometimes hinder creative expression. How do you maintain the courage to share your unique ideas and perspectives with the world, regardless of potential criticism?
  • As someone with experience in both music and entrepreneurship, how do you find parallels between creative expression in art and innovation in business?
  • Failure is often part of the creative process. What lessons have you learned from your failures? Do you embrace failure?
  • Collaboration and inspiration from other artists can be a powerful catalyst for creativity. Who have you collaborated with that inspired you to step beyond what you thought you were capable of?

In this episode, you will learn:

  • Overcoming self-doubt and finding one’s unique voice as an aspiring artist.
  • Maintaining courage to share unique ideas despite the fear of judgment and criticism.
  • Drawing parallels between creative expression in art and innovation in business.
  • Embracing failure as a natural part of the creative process and learning from it.
  • The power of collaboration with other artists in pushing creative boundaries.
  • Plus much more…

Show Notes:

Adversity for Sale: Ya Gotta Believe

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Music Credits:


Kaibu by Killercats

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