I’m a big fan of the Zen concept of “The Beginner’s Mind.”
It basically means that you should have “an attitude of openness, eagerness, and lack of preconceptions when studying a subject, even when studying at an advanced level, just as a beginner in that subject would.”
I do that every time I take on a new project or business.
Although I have years of experience running my own business and being self-employed as both a musician, engineer and educator it’s always the first few steps that are most important.
When it comes to your music career, whether you’re trying to get more gigs or promote yourself it’s always the first few steps you take that are the most important.
So obviously, you want to take the right first steps.
If I hadn’t done some of the things that I did in the beginning I would probably be working a lame-ass boring desk job somewhere.
Instead I get to wake up each day and work on my passion for music and audio.
That’s why I think Musicpreneurship 101 can be so helpful to you. It takes my 7 years of business experience and boils it down to only the most important things you need to know to start your own path to music success. The biggest advantage is that with experience my first steps became even more focused and efficient. Whenever I want to start something new I’ve developed a clearly defined method of what needs to be done and in what order.
I want you to have that same feeling when you’re efficiently working of furthering your passion. But I also don’t want you to spend 7 years getting there, which is why the checklists and worksheets I give you as a part of the Musicpreneurship 101 program are so helpful.
I’m modeling it after my approach to setting up and creating new business, which you can then use to set up your own music business, whether it’s your band or your home studio.
Just the checklist for setting up the $1,000 Musician is about 30 items long, but I couldn’t have made it generate revenue in under 2 months without it.
If you’re ready to do the same for your own music business then Musicpreneurship 101 is where you get started.
Registration AND the 50% early-bird discount ends on Sunday night so you’re starting to cut it a bit close.
Go here to claim your lifetime membership at this ridiculous introductory price: