Nick Johnson Needs More Time To Ponder This Week

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Hello listeners,

This is your host Nick Johnson doing my best to be open and honest with all of you by not leaving you in the dark this week. Give this episode a listen to hear why I need some more time to ponder for the next ponder series episode. Stay tuned for next week’s interview with pop/rock hybrid artist, Jonathan Cavier.

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About the author, Nick

I love to enjoy the process behind almost everything. There is so much to learn from in areas where we normally skim over in our fast pace lives. I am a musician, producer, mixer, and songwriter myself that loves to practice the art of hand balancing and push myself with ninja training on my off time. I too struggle with episodes of writers block and other types of creative barriers. I do not consider myself an expert but more of an infinite student that is even willing to learn from the most in-experienced novice. Everyone has something to offer, only some people are willing to listen. Let your voice be heard.

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