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March 14, 2022 63 min

How can you raise your magnetic energy and attract opportunities? Ben Rector, Billboard charting singer songwriter, musician, and record producer didn't wait for the big music labels to hand over the keys to produce his music. Instead he embraced his true self and went on to make hit records on his own. He shares how to find peace with fear, how he got Snoop Dogg to collaborate on his new album The Joy of Music, how to steer your own ship, and how to work on your magnetism so you can pull all the stardust and asteroids of possibility into your world.

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