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By the time I publish this article, I’ll have completed over 25 articles this month and introduced the audience of MusicalGrowth.com to over 120+ products I would recommend.

I don’t recommend products just by my opinion alone (nowadays everything online is subjective and untrustable). I approach things a little different than other bloggers or researchers.

Every item, product, or research article I publish on this website is thoroughly backed with multiple sources. Most posts will have sources laid out at the bottom of the page (and if not, it is because I’ve memorized facts from previous research for others articles or I feel it unnecessary to list more sources).

I will cover topics including yoga, meditation, music, health, and more, but the biggest FREE items you may want to be updated on is my newest additions to the MusicalGrowth playlist. I will continue to produce free music since music composition is my love.

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My Plan

An email newsletter will go out only once a week to update my audience on my latest research. No more, no less.

Every week I plan to produce at least:

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By signing up for the newsletter, you’ll receive an update on all the topics I’ve covered in the past week. And don’t think I’m handing your information off to another, because I am the one who writes MusicalGrowth emails.

My Goals

Over the months and years to come, I plan to have 12 to 20 articles and 4 new songs added every month.

With each article I write, I become more knowledgeable and well-informed in order to provide you and the community of MusicalGrowth the most well-reviewed information possible.

I will also continue to update previously published articles as I continue to learn and research more about meditation, yoga, and music.

 

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I Care About My Audience

I am a real human being.

I’m currently sitting in my office right now writing this post with my golden retriever puppy of 6-months sleeping beneath me as my wife works as an ICU nurse at St. Jude’s hospital in Fullerton, CA.

I am not a corporation and I am not selling your information to any company. Though I may receive small commissions (Disclaimer), I will never recommend something I do not believe in.

In other words, I will NEVER lie for the promise of money.

It means a lot to me that you trust me enough to even consider signing up for my newsletter. I am not a natural salesman and find it really difficult to ask people anything, but thank you for reading this far into my website to learn about me and MusicalGrowth.com.MusicalGrowth.com

Everything on this website is meant to help others because I truly am concerned for our society today and the generations growing up with so much technology. I find it really important to maintain a mindful lifestyle with constant reminders of positivity and spirituality.

Our society’s mental health is quickly declining and it scares me.

My way of being proactive is to attempt in exposing a small percentage of the population to amazing ways to increase happiness and mental health. It only takes a few extra steps in the right direction to really improve your lifestyle and outlook on life. And I hope I always make that a point in my articles.

Please, please feel free to share your thoughts or concerns in the comments below and I promise I will read every one of them and reply with a sincere response. As my teachers always said, there is no such thing as a “dumb” question!

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4 Comments

Alice A. · February 25, 2018 at 3:13 pm

It’s really annoying whenever I open a blog or article and a sign-up window keeps popping up every 30 seconds or so. Sometimes I wonder if it’s really a good idea to include this in your site because more and more people now are getting annoyed by it.

Yeah I get it. You want people to sign up for your newsletter but what exactly are you offering?

I think it’s great that you have enough information to help your readers and subscribers. Authors and publishers should consider writing tons of helpful articles backed by research before even asking their readers to give away their personal information.

So kudos to you, well done!

    Chase Chandler · February 26, 2018 at 8:42 am

    I agree – pop-up windows don’t work. I’ve never signed up for anything that way – if people like what I have to offer, they’ll find it easy to sign up themselves 🙂 and I love offering as much transparent information as possible! Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Appreciate the feedback!

Jack Taylor · March 2, 2018 at 1:08 pm

Your wife is awesome and a true hero. I donate to St. Judes and Shriners hospitals and wish I could give more. I signed up for your news letter and agree 100% about the decline of society. Each generation since the dawn of the 20th century has been a de-generation. Classical music and true science along with a strong moral compass is what society needs FAST!

Jack

    Chase Chandler · March 4, 2018 at 2:57 pm

    Hi Jack – thank you for sharing your thoughts! I’m glad you signed up for the newsletter and appreciate the kind words. We all have to do our part in sharing good morals and positive vibes. Appreciate you taking the time in sharing your two cents. Take care and I look forward to hearing more from you!

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