Tuesday Tunes

This falls under that category of ‘because I can’. I love music. All sorts of music. Classical, jazz, rock and even some pop (not the 80’s however). In the past I posted Tuesday Night Tunes and loved doing it, just for fun.

It was easy back then because I was captive in a coffee shop on Tuesday nights waiting for my wife to finish up a meeting but that stopped a long time ago, however, I can start again, just for fun.

Here is one of my favorites from 1999.

There were some other things from 1999. Y2K, Paypal was deemed a bad idea, Regis wanted to know who wanted to be a millionaire, DVD’s were just getting going really good to replace VHS tapes, Napster was a thing, the Euro was just introduced, kids robbed each other of Pokemon cards, and SpongeBob Squarepants was introduced. Not everything in 1999 was good or even right.

However, on June 29th, 1999, Santana release Smooth. Gotta love that one. Check it out.

How many times do you suppose this has been played since then? How many times did they show up, do it from the top, to the best of their ability? If they phoned it in I am sure the audience would let them know.

How are you showing up?

Are you doing everything you can, every time you perform for a client? We’re not perfect and we make mistakes, we feel off that day or just decide to do less. It’s easy to get lazy, especially in the midst of this pandemic.

We can show up or we can phone it in. I hope you will “Give them your heart and make it real.” Watch these guys perform again and be inspired to do your best as they do.

Every. Single. Time.

I’m willing to show up for you too.

If you’re struggling and need to talk to someone, I’m here and I’ll talk with you.

I mean it.

If you want to schedule a 30-minute call you can click on this link. It will take you to a calendar where you can request a 30-minute time block. I’ll accept and we’ll get on Google Meet to talk face to face.

It’s free and it might just help if you’re stuck. No strings, no pitch, just someone to listen and maybe get you unstuck.

I’m here if you want to reach out.

I hope you will.

Thanks for listening,
Jerry Robertson
678-616-1578 Direct Line