I have 5 book recommendations for you. They all help with doing. Taking action. Giving you the strategy and steps to improve your career.
Each of them has given me simple action points to help me improve my life. I thought it was only fair to share them with you.
EXCITINGLY, they are non-music specific. We can learn a lot by looking beyond our musical bubble.
Last Saturday I received a DM from an intrigued musician. She was wondering how online performing could be used in addition to “real-life live performances”. Lets answer it…
How are you going to have a professional career if you are relying on luck?
Yet this has been a problem for many musicians, even before the pandemic.
The status quo for most freelance musicians is to wait for someone else to book them.
There are two problems with this:
Do you know the difference between Live Streaming, Streaming and Hybrid events?
Are you sure you know the pros and cons of each?
Do you know what the impact it will have on you and your audience?
If you said “no” to any of those questions, then read on. By the end of this email, you will “know your stuff” when it comes to choosing your online performing format.
I’ve talked many times about creating connections and building relationships. Turning passive followers into an active audience. The starting place is usually on social media. But how can you cut through the noise? Ignite a spark of connection?
83% of musicians surveyed found the lack of income from live streams the biggest barrier to continuing with it.
What is causing dissatisfaction with live stream income? How can it be solved?
Change is coming.
With the announcement of a return to in-person events, possibly by June, what does this mean for your digital performances?
Are you hoping to go BACK to pre-covid normal?
Or will there continue to be a place for your online performances?
There is one problem both digital and physical recitals share.
I have seen performers raise over £1,000 in one performance and some raise £0. It’s an abundant and brutal reality. How do you solve this?