So what do you need to do if you really want to be “Make It?” Let 's assume that you have talent and that you practice every day. What about hard work? If you think you are working hard now read through the next list and see t
A lot of people have talent but only some are willing to hone their life around getting where they want to be.
You can try out for “The Voice,” “So You Think You Can Dance,” “America’s Got Talent,” “X Factor” and even if you don’t win you would learn valuable lessons. If you don’t go that route then here are some ideas to get you on the road to stardom.
• First and foremost you must define what “Make It” means to you. Is it an amount of money acquired? Is it a certain prominence? Write it out. You can’t get to some where you don’t that you want to go. It isn’t defined until you write it out.
• Be willing to sacrifice time and money. Even to the point of being uncomfortable.
• Believe in Yourself.
• You must be willing to promote yourself! (This is where I see most people have trouble. They want to be signed by someone, given singing opportunities, only be willing to do one kind of performance or want someone else to do the promotion side. Learn how to promote yourself.
• Know how to accept and use rejection.
• One of the best things you can do is get a group of people and organize them into a street team. In today 's digital world you need to use social media to network your team as well as using them to promo...
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... watching at least 5 interviews or YouTube videos a week. I read at least 1 hour per day on something in my area of interest. I take a few courses or classes each month. I have mentors that I follow and talk with. At least once a year I attend a conference or bootcamp to learn what’s new and network with people in my industries. Several days a week I work 12 to 20 hours a day. Success comes at a price. You have to be willing to pay it!
If you are serious about what you want to be and what you want to be recognized for you will need to do the same or more.
- Debbie Gerber (Mom, Former Record Company Owner, Personal Success Coach, Author, Speaker, Real Estate Multi Millionaire)
Hopefully you learned a few new things from this article. Imagine how much more you would learn if you attended Song and Stage Bookcamp presented by Center Stage Music & Performing Arts School.
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