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How does one go from a career in engineering to becoming an internationally renowned singer and actor?

My guest today is, Matt Westin from Pittsburgh, PA; who gave up a promising career as an engineer to be a country musician and actor. Starting from his very first single, his songs hit various international charts and he also will star as Johnny Cash in an upcoming film production.

He shares:

  1. How Matt went from having a career in Engineering to an Internationally renowned singer/actor?
  2. How to follow your passion even when logic goes against it?
  3. How a personal crisis could end up being a blessing in disguise
  4. What it takes to follow your passion (a fact that people rarely reveal)
  5. How your hidden genius can make you stand-out even in a crowded market
  6. 3 Keys to making your extraordinary project a success
  7. What to do if you can’t make your passion your job

and…as always…much more…

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About The Guest

Matt Westin

Internationally Renowned Singer/Actor

Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, Matt Westin’s first single, “Our Redneck of the Woods” reached the IndieWorld Country chart and the European Country Music Association charts. Matt was also on the Top 200 International Country Artists chart. His second single, “Farm Town”also received international airplay and charting. Matt is the 2018 International Music and Entertainment Association Male Country Artist of the Year. He recently appeared in the October 10, 2018 issue of Billboard Magazine as an Emerging Artist. His current single, “You Leave Me No Choice” is charting on the New Music Weekly and Airplay Today country charts. His album, “Legacy” is dedicated to the memory of his late father. Matt gave up a promising career as an engineer to be a country musician and actor. He will star as Johnny Cash in an upcoming film production

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