Eli Lev, a return guest to the podcast, just released the 3rd in a 4 album project. He’ll wrap the project up with that 4th album in the later part of 2020. He’s incredibly inspirational, having done so much in the short span of his music career. He’s all about intentions. And I think he found love recently. You’ll hear more about that in our conversation.
Global citizen and neo-folk singer Eli Lev is making the world a smaller place, one song at a time. Eli pens hymns for everyday enlightenment—songs that resonate because they’re heartfelt, earthy, and offer wisdom culled from self-discovery.
As I recorded the podcast in December, I asked Eli what he was looking forward to in the New Year. Eli’s looking forward to talking about our climate, and what he sees as the big challenge of 2020. I think he feels that it’s now or never time. And he has what I consider to be a healthy attitude about the issue. I support him and our beautiful planet.
We start by talking about his first kickstarter campaign and the unique way he organized it. We then go on to discuss:
- A content-focused approach to building community
- Developing his 4 album project
- Self-care in order to maintain momentum
- Embarking on a duo project with Megan Leigh
- Raising awareness and action on climate change
- Mind, body and spirit alignment supports your career
- Make use of your superpower
- Filter out the noise. Get responsible for yourself, your career and your planet.
“In order to be as productive as I need to be, I need to spend enough time eating well, meditating, running, and taking time off as in time on to music .”
“The only way to give to others and to society is if we give to ourselves first.”
“The more often you connect with people and the deeper you connect with people, the stronger that community will be. You have to put yourself out there and share what’s going on for you as an artist.”
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