Bands are a bit like long-term relationships, and, in that regard, it is essential that you develop communication strategies to overcome disagreements without aggression. In this episode, Millicent uses tools as the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator to help you find some ways to deal with personality clashes and keep your band on rails.
In this episode, Millicent shares 10 points of etiquette for managing your business cards. You don’t have to be a musician to benefit from this advice, as these are great tips relevant to any sector of business.
Every time someone let us know how we have contributed to their growth or success, we reaffirm our compromise to support as many female musicians, singers, songwriters and producers as we can in their journey to improve their skills, gain confidence and shine with all their talent and passion.
When talking about going on stage, there is a fine line between excitement and anxiety.
Interested in the stories others could have about performing in front of an audience, we reached out to some of our members, looking for anecdotes. This is what Carlene McKenzie told us.
Every performance is a learning experience: grow from it.
Your work will always stand by you.
Sometimes, you have to raise over the circumstances and observe, like an eagle flying over the land.
Success doesn’t look the same for everybody and not all opportunities are worth taking.
Breaks protect your physical and mental health, they keep you motivated, they allow you to take better decisions, learn more, remember more, achieve more. Quality breaks make all the difference, so, when in doubt, take a good breath… er.