Published Author and Musician Shape their Behaviors to Allow their Messages of Success to Spread

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In September, 2012, My Positive Perspective host Jason Deierlein sat down with local musician Ben Fagan as the two talked strategies of how to improve the ways they would be perceived by others

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For us that perception is happy and positive

September, 2012, is a month that shows promise both for car accident survivor, Jason Deierlein and musician Ben Fagan as the two discussed their evolving businesses and how they could better spread their messages’ of positivity and spread hope amongst the population. Ben Fagan is a musician from Charleston, SC, who periodically plays in Costa Rica and commented on the way the Coasta Rica public and people over in that part of the world interpret versus back here in the United States. “They aren’t used to sounds like the ones my band plays, sometimes the people over there think we are professionals. They will ask us if we are famous back home.” Fagan grins and jokes that they are in the semi pro league as of present. Fagan says, “We will get there eventually.”

Car accident survivor Jason Deierlein made an observation when it was noted, “The way you perceive yourself helps shape self-confidence. Having self-confidence is something that has paramount importance.” The way an individual perceives themselves very much comes into play when one is facing adversity or having to overcome an obstacle life happens to throw at them. Deierlein recalls the moment when thoughts were regained after waking from a coma. Deierlein says, “I was so fortunate that I was in great shape because that shaped my self-confidence in knowing I could defeat the challenge I was in and would be able to stand up to this adversity.”

Musician Ben Fagan also has spent a decent amount of time playing in California and commented, “Out west in California, most everybody is involved in the entertainment field in one way or another, and people easily pick up on how you perceive yourself.” “For us, that perception is happy and positive, other people don’t want to see someone on stage who obviously doesn’t want to be there. They want to see people having fun and enjoying their job.”

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