Hot Tips to Fuel Your Music Career
• What is your music’s niche?If your music can be slotted into an established category, then master that area both musically and business- wise. Know the inlets and outlets for your music, become familiar with the influencers and tastemakers in that realm, and start communicating with them. If your music defies categorization then lead with that.
• Concepts like “company”, “work”, “job” and “career” are morphing. The entire business economy is passing through a transition the likes of which haven’t been seen since the industrial revolution. Rather than seeing your “career” as a ladder, think of it as a rouge wave full of zigs, zags and switchbacks.
• We’re so online that we’ve forgotten some important offline skills like good grammar, punctuality and personal presentation. Compromising these is like shooting yourself in the foot before the race begins.
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