Music Business Wisdom From 5th Century B.C.

DownloadIn life, it is always important to know who you are as a person. But what does that have to do with the music industry? 

In the hustle and bustle of the music industry, it can be difficult to find time to take stock on your life. But according to Jim Bullet having time for self-reflection is important for your music career. Taking the time to know and understand all of the little characteristics of your gift can be great in taking your career to the next level. However, like the art of war, there is always an enemy. In this article, Jim Bullet looks at different aspects of war and uses his findings to help you prepare for your battle in the music industry. 

Once you understand your value in your musical gifts, it is important to see how those gifts can be best used in the music business. However, there will be people that will try to diminish your value as an artist by comparing you to the many other artists out there. Want to know the tools you need to win this battle? Check out Jim Bullet's article on MusicThinkTank.com.

"The point is that your music is constantly being classified and evaluated by your listeners. It’s like there is an unconscious mental battle inside of their heads. They try to decide which they like better: your latest heavy metal song or a similar tune they recently heard on the radio. Human brain likes seeing things in black and white; it makes it feel safer."

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