Musician, actor, journalist, political activist, philanthropist and, now, book author. Stevie Van Zandt is a lot more than Bruce Springsteen’s legendary E-Street Band guitarist, and much more than The Sopranos’ Silvio Dante.
In today’s episode, Stevie takes us through how a self-assured, Catholic New Jersey kid ended up first performing on the world’s biggest rock’n’roll stages, then fighting against apartheid in South Africa, and eventually starring in one of the most successful TV series of all time.
Some highlights from our conversation:
- If you want to change your career, make sure you have something good to fall back on.
- Having success later in life often means that you get to enjoy it more – and are better at what you do.
- In life, you don’t need to pick whether to lead or to be a leader: you can be both a good soldier and a good boss.
- Creating content and marketing that content are two faces of the same coin – being good at both leads you to success.
Stevie’s first book, the memoir Unrequited Infatuations, is out now in hardcover, e-book, and audio.
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Chase Jarvis is well known as a visionary photographer, fine artist and entrepreneur. Chase is cited as one of the most influential photographers of the past decade. As an entrepreneur, Chase created Best Camera – the world’s first mobile photo app to share images direct to social networks – sparking the global photo sharing craze. He is currently the founder & CEO of CreativeLive, the world’s largest live-streaming online education company, having delivered more than a billion minutes of free live education worldwide.
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