Every once in a while you meet someone who is unabashedly introspective while at the same time outwardly insightful. Tiamo De Vettori is most definitely a Creative Warrior. Taking his passion, his hobby, and turning it into a diversified business that is completely on purpose. In one of the most challenging industries–the music industry.
After being creatively “stuck” for 4 years Tiamo made a fundamental decision that transformed inconsistent success and procrastination into what is now a joy filled and meaningful life on his own terms. The insights and processes shared in this podcast are so relatable and in sync with the experiences of many Creative Warriors that I can only think our by chance meeting was serendipitous.
Tiamo was recently named L.A. Music Award’s “Singer/Songwriter of the Year” & San Diego’s “Best Songwriter.” He has been featured on FOX, CBS, NBC and MSNBC and recently performed on stage at the Jimmy Kimmel Show. Tiamo has performed and spoken to over 55,000 people around the country at seminars, trainings, colleges, and conferences, and has shared the stage with many #1 best-selling authors and speaking icons.
With a powerful voice, captivating stage presence, compelling lyrics, and melodies impossible not to sing along to, fans around the world have gravitated to Tiamo’s positive vibe and love for life. And a first here at Creative Warriors, Tiamo sings one of his original scores “Freedom Day,” based on the transition from employee to creative entrepreneur.
Tiamo is generously offering TWO free songs. Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab Tiamo’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.
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