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The Best of 2016 Let The Music Play Podcast

Dearest music maker,

I am so grateful for you joining me on the journey of making music with our lives. 2016 was a wonderful and beautiful year for Let The Music Play Podcast.

I remember the first time I ever interviewed someone twelve months ago. I didn’t know how to work the recording device and had no idea how much of an art form interviewing someone is. Nevertheless, I kept hitting record and asking my heroes, mystics, authors, artists, sages, and philosophers about the music they make with their life, relationships, and careers.

In this episode you will find a few of the highlights from the past year’s interviews. Enjoy!

And a BIG thank you goes out to Ryan O’Neal of Sleeping At Last for providing the music playing behind all of this wisdom shared!





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Episode 42: Procrastinate on Purpose with Rory Vaden


vadenRory Vaden is the world’s leader on defining the psychology around modern day procrastination, called Priority Dilution™ – in fact, he coined the term. He speaks and consults on how to say no to the things that don’t matter, and yes to the things that do. His client list includes companies and groups such as: Cargill, The Million Dollar Roundtable, P&G, True Value, YPO, Wells Fargo Advisors, Land O’Lakes, Novartis, and hundreds more. His insights have recently been featured on/in: Fox News, CNN, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Inc, Fortune, and the New York Times.

Rory joins us in this episode at Let The Music Play Podcast as we discuss what it means to manage ourselves and multiply our time using The Focus Funnel within our lives, relationships, and careers.


Be sure to click the image above to take Rory’s free online course at http://procrastinateonpurpose.com/.

You can also find more information on Rory at RoryVaden.com.


As always, you can stream this episode and all others in iTunes or at AshtonGustafson.com. And remember to share this with those you love and those you lead.

Godspeed in your music making,


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