A simple song brings a simple message.
Find your passion.
Watch this guy, Jake Shimabukuro, play the Uke and ask yourself if this guy isn’t just amazingly passionate about what he does? With 50-years of training, I couldn’t do what he just did on this YouTube video.
But, the point is that he couldn’t do what YOU’RE supposed to be doing when you’re connected with your passion and purpose.
So he found his, and as a result can do some pretty amazing stuff.
Have you found yours?
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5 Replies to “Jake Shimabukuro”
Yeah! He is in there with heart and soul.
I discovered Jake a few years ago in Hawaii. I have a couple of his CDs. He does an AMAZING cover of Going to California by Led Zeppelin. It’s so weird that so much can come out of a ukelele… When I listen to his cover of In My Life by the Beatles, I always get moved. If you are at the EBI this weekend I could lend you the CD, Raz. π and BTW – I was shocked when I saw your Vblog and that you didn’t know of the Beatles song Dear Prudence before….I guess being a California girl with hippies for parents helped my Beatlemania grow.
and speaking of the Beatles, Here is Jake doing While My Guitar( Ukelele?) Gently Weeps… brilliant
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