Hey Janek, First and foremost, thank you so much for writing your book. One of the best investments I've made. Every time I see it, I get a little more excited about my future and the things to come for me as a musician. I wanted to ask you about something that's been stewing in my mind since reading your book the first time. I know there's not going to be a simple, straightforward answer and that's okay. I'd just like to get your opinion (and anybody else's, for that matter). Something I would really love to do as a music is break into the studio scene, providing not only bass for albums but also musical advice as a whole, maybe from a sort of producer angle. The thing I'm wondering about is how to breaking into this scene. I want to be able to say "hey, I can offer is service," but am I really able to do so without being able to say I've done it extensively? What's getting to me is this: the best way to get studio sessions is to point to your resume and past work, but without having studio sessions, there's no exciting resume. It seems like this vicious cycle; to get X you need Y, but to get Y you need X. Any advice from you on how to go about this would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks!