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By Shelly Field

ISBN-10: 0816053502

ISBN-13: 9780816053506

ISBN-10: 0816053510

ISBN-13: 9780816053513

Bargains recommendation, secrets and techniques, and assistance for readers seeking to input - and excel in - the tune undefined.

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Attend career fairs. Plan for Success in the Music Industry 53 My Personal Action Plan CAREER GOALS (Long-range): E CAREER GOALS (Short-range): Action To Be Taken Short Range Long Range Comments Timetable/ Deadline Date Accomplished 54 Managing Your Career in the Music Industry  Look for industry events in your area of        interest. Take seminars, workshops, and classes. Get a college degree. Make business cards. Perform research online. Learn about industry trends. Make cold calls to obtain job interviews.

Specific goal: I want to be a major touring recording artist with songs on the charts.  General goal: I want to be a songwriter.  Specific goal: I want a career as a songwriter. I want my songs to be performed and recorded by major recording acts. I want great publishing deals. Whether you’re interested in a career on the business end or in the talent area of the music industry, you can use your goals as a road map to help you realize your dreams. Visualization Can Help Make It Happen Visualization is a powerful tool for success in all aspects of your career and your life.

M. on 3/12 with Jeff Post at agency office. More actions to follow up on: Get directions to building; pick out clothes for interview; try everything on to make sure it looks good; rehearse giving answers to questions most likely to be asked during interview; noticed that company didn’t have a Web site; develop a simple sample Web site to show initiative. Comments: Went to interview; nice office and very nice people working there; I would like the job; Mr. Post seemed impressed that I had put together a sample Web site; he said most people wouldn’t take the time to do something like that before they got a job; he also seemed interested in my portfolio; the only thing that bothered me was that I didn’t know the specific computer program they used; he said he was conducting interviews for the next week and would get back to me one way or another in a couple of weeks.

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