I am a professional singer and songwriter, a guitar player, a jazz musician and a musician with an artistic bent.
But I also work in a fast-food restaurant.
My career has included a stint as a delivery driver in New York, a gig I once held in San Francisco, a stint on the show Dancing with the Stars, and now, as a part-time music producer, a regular gig in the office.
I was once a high school dropout who had no job prospects.
Now I have a stable of clients who have hired me to produce their music.
The experience has been a blast.
I am the only one who has a degree in music.
I have written songs that have gone platinum, written songs for people who want to work with me and a few I wrote myself.
In addition to the benefits of having a degree, I have learned a few valuable lessons.
You need to listen to the client first.
You should listen to your own needs before taking on a project.
If you want to write a song, that’s great.
But if you’re just starting out, you need to figure out what you want out of the song, what makes you happy, and then figure out how you can get the best out of that.
And listen to what the client has to say about the song.
You don’t need to do a write-down of your own ideas, just listen to it. 2.
The client has a point of view.
You’re the one who needs to convince the client.
Listen to the music, and figure out where you’re going wrong.
If it’s a song about a particular subject, it’s probably not going to work.
If your song is about your own personal struggles, that might not be the best use of your time.
You can learn a lot from the client and the client’s experience.
I remember once I had a client who had had a very difficult experience at home.
He was the father of a young girl who was very sensitive and needy, and so I had to help him understand that he needed to be more loving and understanding.
I would be on the phone with him and he would be listening to a song.
He would listen to that song and go, “Oh, it sounds good.
That’s what I need.”
And that’s how I learned so much about myself and what I was doing wrong.
You will always get feedback from the clients.
I think a lot of people forget that you don’t always get the feedback from your clients.
If a client is listening to you, you’ll always hear them talking about how much you’re doing.
But when you’re listening to them, you can listen to them and learn about their feelings and feelings are not always what you’re looking for.
It’s all about listening to what they want.
You’ll never know how much money you have until you put in the time.
When I started, my goal was to make $25,000.
Today, I work from $35,000 a year.
When you put all of that into the work you do, you will never know exactly how much of a profit you have.
If that’s the case, you don-t need to worry about it. 6.
Your clients can learn from you.
It doesn’t matter if you have a degree or not.
Your client can use your experiences as a way to get their own experience from you, too.
If I was a musician, I could be making $2,000 to $3,000 for a single song, and that’s not because I have an education in music, it just shows you how hard it is.
I can say to a client, “I don’t know what you need, but you need this.”
My experience in music taught me that you can’t always make everything that you need and expect.
It has to be the right music.
And if that’s what you are trying to do, I would encourage you to be careful about what you put into your work.