We’ve got this little issue in our town. Maybe it’s just our mail route.
But, where our house is located, it’s not uncommon for us to have to cross the street to give mail to our neighbor which was delivered to us by mistake.
Or the guy down the street.
Hey, it happens. I get it.
But, it happens way too often on our street.
In defense of USPS, the house addresses jerk back and forth like a Tilt-a-Whirl in full vigor.
Maybe the city plotter came to work drunk that day or something.
But it’s a regular thing to see the mail jeep reversing from a half a block away to deliver our mail.
Once, we saw him round the block five times to deliver to the right places.
I’m tempted to set up a chair in my garage—like many dudes doo… what’s up with that anyway, grab some kind of brewskie, and make a regular entertainment thing of it.
We’ve talked about going to a PO Box and skipping the mailbox all together.
Thinking about it, there is another real advantage.
I have a PO Box for business.
My wife usually is the one who checks it, and I asked her one day when she walked in the house… “Why is it we never get any junk mail in our PO Box?”
She said, “Oh, we do. The first thing I do is go to their little counter, and drop the junk mail in their trash bin. I don’t bring it home”
Right then it hit me.
It’s just like a song.
She sorts mail, just like a listener sorts out a song.
Makes a decision whether it’s worth their time or not.
Look, maybe it will help you, maybe not, you decide.
But September’s issue of Tune Booster not only shows you an example of how this parallels, but gives you a buttload of techniques to start a song, and some assignments to put them to use…
So your tunes don’t wind up in the junk bin like at the USPS counter.
You can get your copy here: https://www.tunesmithtips.com/newsletter/