Category: Success in Music

Reconnecting with your Music Dreams

How has your year been so far? As we approach the last few months, many of us will start to look back at the year that was… or wasn’t. Are you one of the 96% of people that only review their life on 31st Dec whilst lamenting the passing of another year? This got me …

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Building Your Music Dream Team

When coaching, one of my strategies is helping people build their Music Dream Team. You only have to read the “Thank You” and “Credits” on an album to begin to appreciate just how many people are behind the success of one artist or band. One of the essential Dream Team members (and often the first) …

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Why You Are Good Enough – Reason #1: Your Passion for Music

In my last post I listed “10 Excuses Musicians Make” that block their success in music. In this new series of posts, I’m going to tell you the reasons why you are good enough, starting with: 1. YOUR PASSION FOR MUSIC Have you ever met someone who really doesn’t enjoy their job? Maybe it was …

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What’s Your Best Excuse?

When I was first starting out making music, I used to come up with a raft of reasons (excuses?) for why things weren’t happening. In coaching hundreds of musicians, I’ve noticed this is the Number 1 “Success Blocker”  for musicians. Take a look at the following list and let me know which of the following …

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Let Go. Just Play

The other day I just let go. I was trying to play through a section of a piano piece that was constantly tripping me up. Like a scratched record, every time I approached that section, my thoughts were “Don’t screw up! Don’t screw up!”. As someone who teaches people about how they can manifest their …

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Ask Music Life Coach: “Promoter, Publicist or Manager?”

Micheal asks: “What’s more important to get wider exposure for your music? A promoter, publicist, or a manager?” Music Life Coach says: From my experience it starts with your Vision and everything leads from there. One of the biggest mistakes most musicians make is they create the music and then gamble everything on someone externally …

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