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MostCold Digital - Music Production / Brand Development

On point!! Concise and direct application of the 7 habits in the direct-to-fan music industry. great job.


Good stuff. this reads a lot better if you're listening to my music as a soundtrack, though. www.munook.com

I think it's also a good point to make that with all the options for internet marketing, it's best to just pick one or two networks and make them work, instead of spreading your seed to every option available. It's working for me. I'm selling music & merchandise, getting gigs, getting radio play, interviews, and developing a *real* fan base. Of course, it helps if your music is original & doesn't suck.

Most importantly, though, you should go buy my music. www.munook.com That is all.

Carl [Nimbit]

Thanks MostCold & Lostsince1980.

Lostsince, nice application of Habit 1 - Be Proactive & habit 3 - put first things first!

Joanne Jaworski

Good tips and I think there is a little more to the story of moving forward. What can stop you dead in your tracks on your way to success are subconscious assumptions or emotions that are locked into your energy. Your subconcious mind is there to protect you and keep you safe so if you are holding any assumptions to be true such as, what if I'm not good enough, it's too hard, I will be criticized or rejected, or you believe in the starving artist syndrome, you will unconsciously be blocking success even while doing all the right things. Emotions drive so much of what we do, so get your emotions and beliefs in check, and you'd be amazed at what doors will open up easily...yes easily! See how you can release some tension in a few minutes by following along with the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3n3aNnJlOg There is so much more to the story than just doing the obvious "right" things.

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