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2024-04-13 05:35




The podcast host discusses the importance of stacking and shares a personal experience of starting a band circle in college. The episode explores the strategy of creating one's own opportunities and making a place to shine, rather than waiting to be invited. It is believed to be very important to create a place and a machine oneself, especially for young people and those new to society. The host has been listening to events that are close to the end of their life lately, and they are becoming more and more surprised.

Hello, I am early.
The importance of stacking
Today, I am going to talk about how stacking is important.
I always talk about this.
The other day, I started a podcast in my office.
I was like, okay, let's do it.
I felt like I was able to do it somehow.
I've been doing podcasts for a long time.
I'm proud of it, but it's because I wanted to do it myself.
The other day, I had a chance to talk about my career to a new person.
This is a bit like a dark story from the past.
I wasn't the type of person to be invited by many people.
Specifically, I started a band circle when I was in college.
I did it as a vocalist.
Vocalists are quite popular.
On the other hand, bassists and guitarists are rare positions.
In fact, there are quite a few people who can join a good band circle.
Vocalists like me like karaoke.
But there are no professional vocalists.
If there is, there is.
I joined a band circle when I was in college.
Until then, I was a bassist.
I felt like I was influenced by people who were good at karaoke.
Creating Opportunities
Of course, I had my own survival strategy.
If I couldn't sing, I would be an MC.
In other words, I tried to differentiate between songs and performances.
That's where I'm at now.
I'm not a right-wing person, so I can't be invited to a proper live show.
If I can't be invited, I have no choice but to make a place.
So I planned the live show myself.
And then I became a member of the band.
This is a very deep learning curve.
I think it's a prototype of my current life.
What I mean by that is...
If I can't be invited, I'll make my own place.
I'm going to make my own place where I can shine the most.
I think there are various angles to that.
I'm going to sow the seeds that I think I can shine.
I'm going to grow it little by little.
And when the time comes, I'm going to let it out.
I don't think there are many people who do podcasts every day.
I don't know if it was popular at the time.
If there are 100 people, there is only one person.
I feel like that alone is rare.
Personally, I'm not satisfied with something.
There's a little bit of a difference in skill.
There's a little bit of a catch.
What should I do?
That's my concern.
Give up the output point once.
Or reduce the resource.
I can't put a lot of resources on it.
Ideal state where you only do what you want to do.
It's pretty close to that right now.
It's like that.
Importance of creating your own place
If you make your own place and plan it, it won't work.
If you get some results, it's like having a manager.
That's the image.
I think it's very important to create a place and a machine yourself.
For young people, for people who are going to be new to society.
I think the basic skills and the basics are expected from the first generation.
In the end, when you're in your 30s, 20s, 40s, I'm already in my 40s.
I'm 40 years old, so I'm sure I should focus on the areas where I can compete.
On the other hand, I work with people who are almost 30 years old.
The pace of life is different.
In a sense, it's split up.
I've been listening to events that are close to the end of my life lately.
I'm getting more and more surprised.
Famous people and close family members.
There are quite a few things that happen accidentally.
It's kind of like that.
It's kind of like that.
It doesn't matter when the ending comes.
Preparing for the Future
So that I can show the best performance even when I'm dumped.
And so that I can do whatever I want to do freely.
I think it would be nice to be able to prepare for the future like that.
I forgot what I was talking about.
Thank you for listening.