The first track of the most sold jazz album Kind of Blue (1959) by Miles Davis, trumpet player.
To me it indicates that there are no problems to worry about.
He was an expert in silence, when you dont play.
And if you encounter a problem, solve it as soon as you can.
For problems have a tendency to grow over time.
Miles Davis had a serious problem.
He was a heroin addict.
One day he decided to stop, an almost impossible task.
From that day on, on each day, he promised not to use.
And if he was thinking about it, he said : it is better to think of other things.
You cant use what you dont buy.
Miles Davis is my great example for this attitude.
He made it possible for me to drink less and less alcohol.
For I had become an alcoholic.
In the late 1990s I heard this jazz album in Marseille in France.
I simply had to buy it.
Probably the second best sold jazz album is Blue Train, by John Coltrane, saxophone player.