“Playing sports, being a pilot, being a creative artist – these are really different skills that use different parts of the brain,” he says. "They help you feel like you're stretching out and creating this big space where ideas can flow and talk to each other. If you're interested in things passionately enough, you want to know the meaning of them - the structures that govern the flight , writing a book, or interacting with an audience.You find that the things you learn in one area can apply to another as well.
You continue to invest in the experience If you're a famous metal band with multiple setlists of tracks that fans would love to industry leads hear, there's no longer a very obvious financial incentive to invest time in writing new music. The money is in the live performances - and there are plenty of live audiences who would just love to hear the classics from your catalog. "You make a lot more money performing live than producing new music –
does that mean we should just be doing endless greatest hits cover tours?" Bruce asks. "The answer is no - because to maintain integrity and have a point as a band, you have to make new material, whether you get paid for it like you're in the 80s or not. Young bands offer really good stuff because they love making music - and if we're going there as musicians, that's what we have to do too. You accept the balance of risk, reward and liability For some,