When I started my artist management internship in 2011 - I knew next to nothing about the music business! But as a list maker and organizer, I quickly made multiple checklists so that I could keep up and make sure I was on track. A year later, I was hired full time at that management company because those checklists had proven to be a necessity to function! Woah. Cool.
Today in the Music Biz Besties Facebook group the "Tuesday Ask" prompt was all about touring! The comments and questions were so great that I decided to do a FB Live to share all about tour logistics and to answer some questions from the group.
Do you make time for what matters? Or are you wasting your time with busy work? This week I’m going to help you find out!
"Organize" should be my middle name. If you subscribe to my Artist Management Checklists, you know I landed a job because I created an organized workflow that the owner of the company found herself relying on. Before that, my previous boss always admired my color coded to-do lists and agendas. And wayyy before that in second grade, my teacher used to ask me to remind her to do things.
Today's blog post is an excerpt from my workbook, Market Your Music Online. Do you have followers who aren't really your ideal fans/customers? Or maybe when you go to post on social media you blank on what to say? When you post online, do you feel like no one is listening?
You can never know how far you've come unless you keep track of your progress!
Are you a goal setter? Or does the thought of setting goals make you roll your eyes?
Well, success happens on purpose.
Think about that for a minute.