02 Mar Adversities, Trials & Triumphs – Interview With David Correy
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Born in Brazil and raised in a small American town, David Correy has a voice that captivates people, and a musical talent that syncs you into an inner rhythm. He did show promise even as a young child with ADD, but his beguiling performances took years of training, study, and self discovery.
David reached his status as an acclaimed recording artist by following his Mom’s advice: “If your dreams don’t scare you, they’re not big enough.” So he dreamt big and head out on the narrow and arduous path to greatness. It wasn’t easy. And there’s a lot of pain. But the journey was more valuable than any destination. Learn more about what it took David to become a finalist on the second season of Fox’s reality competition series The X Factor and now CEO of Urban Rock Records.
Join me as I talk with David about adversities, trials and triumphs.
In this episode, you will learn . . .
- How David Correy discovered his gifts and why he decided to share it for impact.
- Why raw talent and skills won’t cut it and why even the greats never stop studying and training.
- Tactics for handling haters and adversities.
- Why living for something bigger than yourself will make you great.
- How to use pain to fuel your passion.
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- Which specific field do you see yourself being great?
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