I hope you've enjoyed reading the 1st part of the interview I did for Steemit Art Centre. Today I'd like to share with you the 2nd part.
This is what other people are saying about it:
Glenn R Tompkins : One of the best interviews I have read in a long time. Thank you, Vidas Pinkevicius! I think you have convinced me of the unique value of this format and platform. And you shine here in a naturally gregarious manner. Kind of like a Secrets of Organ Playing podcast where you are interviewed as a guest instead of your usual role as gracious host. A reverse blessing!
Thanks for part 2 @organduo and @deemarshall.
There are several “quote-worthy” nuggets in the interview especially this one:
But if you draw this is unique, nobody else can replicate the same thing that you do, it’s your own unique perspective on life.
Thank you for such a huge interview in two parts @organduo and @deemarshall !! :)
dinglehopper: "At first of course they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win"
"Keep experimenting and failing in public. Don’t play it safe"
Thank you Dee and Vidas for this interview. The lines I quoted above are my take away. Very helpful words of wisdom. Good job Dee for another great initiative on Steemit.
lildebbiecakes: Awsome second half interview. It went extremely well didn’t it ? Thank you so much @deemarshall and @organduo. Such good advice Vidas. I’m so grateful for your openness, and humanity. Bless you both for sharing your amazing talents and ideas friends❣️ Dee I’m looking forward to your other interviews good luck.
An Interview with the Steemit Artist @organduo - What Makes Him Tick? (Part 2)
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Drs. Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene
Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
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