Many artists use the trials and tribulations they face as inspiration for their music, but few are as in-depth with the complexities of their struggles as Michael Stemley. Having overcome life’s difficulties, Stemley has grown into a refined version of himself which he will use to change the world of music as we know it. He is an inspiration to all those who have struggled with financial education and pushed ahead in everyday life regardless of the many obstacles that could have stopped them.
Originally from New Orleans, LA, Michael Stemley graduated from high school and got inducted at Louisiana State University, where he first obtained a bachelor’s degree and then went on to pursue a Master’s in Business Administration. He then realized that his true passion was music. Michael Stemley told us about how music has helped him cope with his life struggles and plans to change the world of music for good through various projects. His company, ML Production LLC, is dedicated to investing in other artists’ productions and managing their work. They are helping other artists get what they need to reach their goals.
Michael’s story inspires you, making you want to conquer your obstacles. He always knew that he had the potential, and with the support of his family and friends, he could succeed in any aspect of his life. The power that he now feels is what we should all have; it is the courage to not give up on our dreams. It is how we live our lives every day. It is how people change the world. Michael exemplifies this as he turns into a refined version of himself. He will be changing the music world and inspiring others along the way.
Michael thinks it’s fortunate that he understood early on that money doesn’t fall from the sky; rather, you need to buckle down to earn it. You need to figure out your goals, list your priorities, and work your hardest to make them happen. But what about when things get tough? Michael said everyone would have their share of hardships in life. It’s how we handle those challenges that shape us. I’m glad I learned this lesson so young because I know now that despite inevitable obstacles, they don’t define me. What defines me is how I react to them, “He says”.