By Shelly Field
Deals recommendation, secrets and techniques, and information for readers trying to input - and excel in - the track undefined.
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You’ll be glad you did. 3 Plan for Success in the Music Industry B Take Control and Be Your Own Career Manager Now that you’ve decided to be your own career manager, you have some work to do. Next on the list is putting together an action plan. Let’s get started! No one cares about your career as much as you do. Not your mother, your father, your sister, or your brother. Not your best friend, girlfriend, boyfriend, or spouse. Not even people associated with your business. It’s not that these people don’t care at all.
First of all, it gives you a record of people you wrote to and people who wrote to you. You might also find ways to make use of letters people send you. For example, instead of getting a rejection letter, reading it, crumpling it up, and throwing it in the trash, take the name of the person who signed it, wait a period of time, and see if you can pitch another idea, another song, another job possibility, or anything that might further your career or get you closer to where you want to be. What else can go in your book?
Noticed an advertisement for entertainment attorney at Big L Records. R. director and sent my resume and cover letter asking about opening in promotion or marketing department. Tuesday, January 9 Read daily paper and scanned classifieds. Called Gina Young, station director at WPDA-FM 999-1111; asked if I could come in for informational interview. m. Check on Friday. Worked on career portfolio. Did research on Internet about CBE records. R. Director, CBE Records (212) 222-3333. I got Donna on phone, she said he was in and he got on the phone.
Ferguson Career Coach Managing Your Career in the Music Industry by Shelly Field