Most Musicians Don’t Fail Because Of Their Music
Success in music is a combination of hard work, persistence, talent, and a bit of luck. Though many musicians invest into their education as an instrumentalist, a singer – or both – there are very few who actually choose to develop their business sense. Many musicians wait around until someone “discovers” them or offers to help them. While it is important to build connections, to put your fate entirely into someone else’s hands is to surrender your full potential.
What If You Were To Develop Your Business Sense?
On a scale of one to 10, how high would you rate your creative ability?
Likewise, on a scale of one to 10, how high would you rate your business sense, marketing ability, or leadership skills?
If there is a big difference between the two numbers, you most definitely have untapped potential.
What if you became more skilled in business? What if you developed your people skills? What if you understood the inner workings of business?
Even if you aren’t naturally gifted in entrepreneurship, you still have the potential to become better than you are right now. Think of the possibilities. Could you negotiate better contracts? Could you connect with more people? Could you market yourself more effectively?
Introducing: How To Set Up Your Music Career Like A Business
The How to Set Up Your Music Career Like a Business audio download walks you through the nine steps that will transform how you approach your career-building activities on a daily basis. These steps include:
1. Determine Your Goals
2. Create a Plan
3. Organize Your Calendar
4. Streamline Your Life
5. Manage Your Finances
6. Build Your Website
7. Build Connections
8. Focus on the Results
9. Remain a Student of the Industry