Do you ever wonder what it takes to be successful in the music business? Are you wondering how you can make your days more fulfilling and rewarding? Whether you are just starting out or have been in the business for 40 years, it is always nice to hear some advice from members of the music industry. Fortunately, the team over at Cyber PR has provided a list in which “100 Female Music Industry Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Advice.”
Shine a light on others as much as you possibly can. Ask how can I help instead of how can others help me, and watch the magic that will unfold.
FOUNDER CYBER PR , AUTHOR AND SPEAKER
I completely agree with what Ariel has to say here. I have had a couple internships in the industry as well as a couple different jobs and at each place I have worked, everyone was always grateful when I asked how I could help. It is important to be proactive and ask what you can do to help someone else, especially if you are just starting out in the industry. It will show your supervisor or boss that you truly care about the company and the work you are doing, and that you are willing to do whatever it takes to help out.
Believe in yourself! – No really, believe in yourself! Being an entrepreneur is hard. You don’t get true “days off” or “vacations” because you carry what you do with you everywhere all the time. You must love what you are doing or you will not be able to keep the pace in order to succeed. Believing in yourself and what you are building is the key to making it all worthwhile because you can then enjoy the process as well as the results.
FOUNDER, SINGER EXPRESS
Yes! Whether you are an entrepreneur or not, it is so important to always believe in yourself in whatever you are doing. It doesn’t matter if you are performing, teaching, starting your own business, or working for a larger company, if you believe in yourself and what you are doing every day will prove to be successful and rewarding.
To hear more advice from female industry entrepreneurs, please visit the original article at the CyberPR website: http://cyberprmusic.com/100-female-music-entrepreneurs-share-their-best-advice-part-1/