Having a music business manager isn’t critical to your success in the music business. It’s more important to harness “The Power of Effective Delegation.”
According to Wikipedia, the earliest known use of the term “SMART goals” appeared in the November 1981 issue of Management Review by George T. Doran. SMART is mnemonic for the criteria that any goal you set must meet.
A music business internship in Los Angeles is a great way to start your career in the industry. It also gives you real-world experience and access to life-changing contacts. Here are 5 tips to win at the music business internship game
How can you make money in the music business? It’s a really big and difficult question. There is no one answer for that. The music business is a creative challenge for everyone involved…
Making money in the music business can be done even if you can’t sing or play an instrument. You can always become a music or concert promoter. The music promotion business may be a good venture but as with any business there are risks involved…
Rapper T.I. is BACK in federal prison after luxury bus ride. Seriously?
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The idea of taking your show on the road is both exciting and expensive. As a musician who regularly commutes between New York City and Los Angeles, I’ve had to find ways to cut the cost of traveling down much. Decreasing my travel expenses has helped me enjoy the bicoastal lifestyle more. Whether you are a singer songwriter, independent music artist, or band, the following tips will save you lots of money on travel.
Here is a list of books that have really helped me grow my music career. I find myself constantly going back to each of these books at least once a year. Keep in mind that these aren’t “music business” books, but that doesn’t matter. You are a business and skills you develop can be applied to any business.
If you know me well, then you know that I am a big believer in the power of networking and regularly see consistent and predictable results from networking. In today’s world, I firmly believe that networking is more important than degrees, certifications, resumes, or how good you look. Regardless, many people are stuck not getting what they want from their job, career, business, or relationships.