Giving Back to Austin’s Youth–Brian Wolff (Ep 119)
Brian Wolff of Fair City Fire is giving back to Austin’s youth as Community Engagement Coordinator with a nonprofit called Kids In a New Groove. In this episode we talk about how this work and the mission keeps him connected to his music, the release of his band’s new single Simple Stupid and much more.
We start the episode by talking about Kids In a New Groove and go on to discuss:
Shifting from mentoring to joining the Kids In a New Groove team
The realities of foster care
Balancing the mentor to mentee ratio
What it takes to find the right mentor
Changing up the songwriting process
Promotional events and strategic partnerships
The importance of caring for your mental health
Avoid the jack of all trades mentality – create clear lanes for your team, especially a small team.
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