Six Figure Musician

Six Figure Musician

You’re a musician and you wanna make six-figure sums?

If so, we have something just right for you - a pretty good latest handbook by David Hooper called "Six-Figure Musician - How to Sell More Music, Get More People to Your Shows, and Make More Money in the Music Business". The book makes you richer straight away - the author allows access to it absolutely free of charge, so you're instantly a few bucks ahead.

A lot of those beginning in the show business believe that success is mostly a matter of luck and connections. Of course, they, too, come in handy, but you must realize that the music industry is governed by its own principles, is developing according to its rules and promotes the artists who besides writing good music are aware of the very mechanisms.

Not all are easily acceptable. "It's better to have 100 thousand people who steal your music than 10 thousand of those who buy it "- says the author of the book, arguing that you can make money on the army of parasites by selling clothes, perfume, food or alcohol to name just a few. Well, yes, but you need to be called Taylor Swift, Jay-Z, Rihanna, Justin Bieber or something like that. Not everyone can do it, but luckily everyone can give it a shot. It is important to remember a few rules especially at the start. You wanna learn them? Here you go!

  1. Don’t worry about other people, don’t look at what they‘re doing and don’t compare yourself against others
  2. Focus on your goal and don’t worry about details
  3. Do what you do best and what works in your favor
  4. Don’t hide, be active, always on the move and carrying out new projects
  5. Don’t follow short-lived trends. If someone tells you that social media are coming to an end, and you can see that they’re bringing in benefits, don’t give them up just because using them would be contrary to current views
  6. Don’t look back, don’t worry about the things you failed
  7. Take advantage of opportunities
  8. Create occasions
  9. If you’re in luck, do everything possible not to lose it

Simple? Maybe so, but that is only a fraction of the knowledge that must be mastered. The guide by David Hooper should be of help. And even if not, appreciate the fact that he let you save some bucks. The book is available for download here (http://www.musicianbook.com/)