When I was 16 years old I wanted to be a rock star. Doesn’t every boy? What was the reason? Groupies! It was still a few years before Dire Straits would articulate it perfectly, “money for nothing and your chicks for free.” I convinced my Mom to buy the $99 electric guitar from K-mart and couldn’t wait to get it home and make my rock star dreams come true. That first strum sounded awful. So did the next and the next. I thought magic was just going to flow out of that thing. There were no lessons on YouTube yet, the home computer hadn’t even been invented. My guitar soon became just another prop sitting next to my waterbed in my groovy, poster-filled teenage wonderland of a bedroom. Yes, it was the 70’s.
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“Your income can only grow to the extent that you do” T. Harv Eker