Enjoy it - making music is a wonderful way to spend your life. . but do it for the love before a career. . . it's getting so unforgiving out there - I hate to think of the obstacles in the way now for new artists. . if you love it and you are good, you will be fine. . but be prepared to have to work hard and don't judge your success by other peoples opinions. . have self belief.
It's really neat when you become a role model. It's also a lot of responsibility. But if you see it as a platform where you can pour into others for Jesus with love, that's where I want to be. Becoming known or noticed in my sport isn't what drives me to work hard and want to be the best I can be. It's Jesus. That's why I play. I play to glorify Him. I worship Him with the gifts I've been given.
I think that's what's happened with a lot of people in films these days: they're so enamored with the process, whether it's CGI or using a huge crane that they lose sight of being resourceful. Sometimes you go into a room and all you need is one lamp to light the room. Sometimes all you need is just one simple location to do the job. I think that's more out of habit: you work with what you have to work with.