Ideal Ambitions Talk (Becoming a Drummer)

Ideal Ambitions Talk (Becoming a Drummer)

English Ambitions Talk -Becoming A Drummer

Having an ambition means to have a strongly motivated desire to achieve something in life, weather it's an ideal ambition or a realistically achievable ambition.

Of corse in order to reach your goal or who you would like to become in the future you need to work really hard. Nothing you really want ever comes easy if you'd like to enjoy it and cherish it. (Example: if you've got parents that provide you with everything you ask for, you're not going to care as much about the item than if you had saved up and worked hard to be able to afford it)

Throughout your journey that you will be taking to get to where you want to be in life you will face many obstacles that will stand in your way. For some people who might be forced to do a certain practice they will give up a lot easier than someone who loves what they do and genuinely enjoys what they're doing and going for.

I personally would love to be a drummer for a band and have the chance to perform live and tour all around the world as an ideal ambition, because I've always enjoyed playing music, making beats to songs and letting out my anger and frustration in a creative way.
There are many reasons that influenced me to purse drumming.

The first was because it seemed like a very interesting instrument, and I was amazed at how many different sounds and beats you can make just using a simple 5 headed kit!

The second was when I started thinking about seriously getting involved and learning how to play, I did some research on the instrument and I found out that drumming has so many health benefits that people sometimes don't realise exist.
Drumming actually reduces anxiety, boosts your immune system, and releases negative feelings, and emotional trauma.
Drumming also lowers blood pressure and stress.
Also according to many recent medical research, stress contributes to nearly all life threatening illnesses like strokes, immune system breakdowns and...

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