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JOHN CHISUM: Overcoming Songwriting Limitations

Hello and welcome to Song Revolution, the podcast where we explore the world of songwriting and more. I’m John, your host, and I’m thrilled to have you here with me today. Whether you’re a seasoned songwriter or just someone who loves music, my aim is to bring you not only inspiration but also tools to help you live a better life.

In this episode, I want to share with you some principles from my recent one-hour training on Overcoming Songwriting Limitations. Even if you missed the training, don’t worry, because I believe that what I have to share today will be valuable and encouraging to you.

At Song Revolution, we’re not just about songs, we’re about helping you reach your full potential in all areas of life. That’s why we offer our NCS Pro Song Mastery Program, an eight-week online coaching and mentoring program for songwriters.

So, get ready to be inspired, encouraged, and equipped. Let’s dive into today’s episode of Song Revolution.

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