Austin Mahone is experiencing plenty of career-oriented success at the moment. Fortunately for his fans, the “Mmm Yeah” singer isn’t stingy.
Instead of hoarding these triumphs in his bedroom closet for a rainy day, Mahone recently decided to share some advice with is legion of loyal supporters. In fact, Austin seems more than happy to spread the success around. In short: If you want something good to happen in your life, you can’t spend all of your free time listening to Austin Mahone records. However, we’re sure his music will serve as the perfect soundtrack.
According to Enstarz, Mahone discussed the secrets of stardom on Instagram. The website claims that Austin dished on the subject shortly before the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, suggesting that the guy was completely humbled by all the success he’s enjoyed over the course of 2014. It’s certainly been a great year for San Antonio native.
Here’s what Austin had to say about finding that “perfect moment” in your life:
“There will never be a point in your life where it’s the right time to do a great thing. If you’re waiting for that perfect moment, that perfect timing, it’s not gonna happen. You know what you have to do? You have to create the perfect time, and the perfect opportunity, and the perfect situation.”
The helpful singer continued:
“If you have a goal that you’re reaching for, that takes you out of your comfort zone, you’ll find out some talents and abilities that you have.. that you didn’t know you had.”
Of course, Austin Mahone’s friendly advice isn’t limited to career-oriented goals. Instead, you can apply his words of wisdom to a number of different aspects of your life. Are you really interested in asking someone out? Don’t wait for them to get swept up by a rival. If you hesitate too long, your life could end up resembling a plot from a poorly written and decidedly cheesy romance novel. We’ve seen it happen.
Should you decide to venture down the same musical path as Mahone, there’s a very good chance you may develop a strong connection with several enthusiastic human beings. In fact, these excitable individuals could eventually begin tossing cell phones at you during live performances. As strange as this behavior may sound, Austin appreciates their admittedly peculiar displays of affection.
“Music definitely creates an insane connection. I’ve heard people say I’ve saved their lives and that’s a pretty big thing to say. For me, I’m still trying to understand how I can save lives. I’m making such an impact on people and it makes me feel good and it definitely humbles me a lot.”
Will you utilize Austin Mahone’s advice to find your own “perfect moment”?
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