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Book details
  • Genre:PERFORMING ARTS
  • SubGenre:Business Aspects
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Tiny Guide To Huge Success
  • Series Number:0
  • Pages:168
  • eBook ISBN:9780960683093

The Tiny Guide to Huge Success

100 Biz Boosting Hot Tips to Ignite Your Performing Career

by Jeri Goldstein View author's profile page

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Overview
The Tiny Guide to Huge Success 100 Biz Boosting Hot Tips to Ignite Your Performing Career is a collection of tips gathered from over four years of Monday morning Biz Booster Hot Tip audio messages. Each Hot Tip is purposefully concise and actionable to provide a simple to execute step-by-step process toward creating a professional and successful career as a musician or performing artist. Biz Booster Hot Tips were originally created to offer a weekly activity to provide momentum to a performer’s career development. The chapters cover Audience Development, Goals & Planning, Booking Psychology, Business, CD Sales, College Bookings, Conferences, Contracts, Negotiation, Networking, Promotion & Marketing, Touring Strategies and even Taxes. Indie Bible's David Wimble adds a Foreword to kick off the book. Each Biz Booster helps to develop a piece of an artist’s career. Taken together, they offer tested strategies of how to design a performing career that works, that is professional and that is profitable. The Tiny Guide to Huge Success is Goldstein’s second book. It takes her award winning, How To Be Your Own Booking Agent The Musician’s & Performing Artist’s Guide to Successful Touring to the next level. These tips are easy-to-implement actions that are sure to set any performing artist on the path to a vibrant, highly professional, momentum driven and successful career.
Description
The Tiny Guide to Huge Success 100 Biz Boosting Hot Tips to Ignite Your Performing Career is a collection of tips gathered from over four years of Monday morning Biz Booster Hot Tip audio messages. Each Hot Tip is purposefully concise and actionable to provide a simple to execute step-by-step process toward creating a professional and successful career as a musician or performing artist. Biz Booster Hot Tips were originally created to offer a weekly activity to provide momentum to a performer’s career development. The Tiny Guide to Huge Success touches upon a variety of topics to help you round out your professionalism. These topics were inspired by questions asked by artists, agents, managers and presenters during the past few years and resulted in the weekly Monday Morning Biz Booster Hot Tip. Each tip was purposefully brief and meant to be considered and acted upon during the week it was offered, as one step to move your career forward. Now, this collection of 100 Biz Boosting Hot Tips, were specifically selected to help you grow as a well-rounded professional touring artist and entrepreneur. Take this volume as a “Big Picture” career overview offering a vision of what could be done to reach your career goals and how to do it. Then, take each Biz Booster, one at a time and begin, to ignite your career with solid, easy to implement, strategies. As you move from one Biz Booster to the next, you’ll experience new confidence, see your skill level rise, develop deeper relationships with your business contacts and will be able to laser-focus on the priorities and decisions necessary to direct your career. The chapters cover Audience Development, Goals & Planning, Booking Psychology, Business, CD Sales, College Bookings, Conferences, Contracts, Negotiation, Networking, Promotion & Marketing, Touring Strategies and even Taxes. Indie Bible's David Wimble adds a Foreword to kick off the book. Each Biz Booster helps to develop a piece of an artist’s career. Taken together, they offer tested strategies of how to design a performing career that works, that is professional and that is profitable. The Tiny Guide to Huge Success is Goldstein’s second book. It takes her award winning, How To Be Your Own Booking Agent The Musician’s & Performing Artist’s Guide to Successful Touring to the next level. These tips are easy-to-implement actions that are sure to set any performing artist on the path to a vibrant, highly professional, momentum driven and successful career.
About the author
Jeri Goldstein, former agent and manager, now author and music business and performing arts consultant, provides valuable resources, instruction and consulting to those navigating their way to creating a successful performing arts touring career. Having worked with some of the top touring acoustic artists on the circuit for 20 years, she booked national and international tours for artists performing in music, theater and dance. How To Be Your Own Booking Agent, THE Musician’s & Performing Artist’s Guide To Successful Touring was self-published in 1998. The award-winning book, now in its 7th printing, is used as a text book in Music Business courses at Universities across the U.S. and Canada, Berklee College of Music, NYU, Belmont University, The Musician’s Institute and the Harris Institute in Montreal are among them. The book is used by musicians and performing artists world-wide. Jeri presents live seminars internationally and offers tele-seminars and online courses for agents, managers, musicians and performing artists and conducts career development consultations world-wide through her Manager-In-A-Box program. Her information-packed articles can be found on her website, http://www.performingbiz.com/ and are included in leading music business and entertainment trade magazines and on industry websites. Her free action-oriented weekly audio messages, Biz Booster Hot Tips, are designed to help musicians and performing artists make consistent progress toward reaching their career goals by offering step-by-step strategies and techniques. Complimenting her 35 plus years as president of The New Music Times, Inc., Goldstein’s background runs the gamut working inside the entertainment industry as concert promoter, tour coordinator, and commercial television production engineer for an NBC affiliate station, commercial country radio DJ, photographer and graphic artist. She has also served as President and member of the Board of Directors of the Folk Alliance. Goldstein coordinated the Folk Alliance’s Booking Agent Training School for 4 annual conferences. Goldstein makes her home in central Virginia. Goldstein has conducted seminars for: Arts Councils: Arts Council of the Blue Ridge Arts Midwest Arts North Carolina Arts Northwest British Columbia Touring Council, Canada California Arts Council Florida Department of Cultural Affairs Indiana Arts Commission Louisiana Division of the Arts Mississippi Arts Commission Missouri Folk Arts Program New Orleans Arts Council Ohio Arts Presenter’s Network Oklahoma Arts Council Ontario Arts Council, Canada Pennsylvania Arts Council, PennPat Southern Arts Federation Tennessee Arts Commission Virginia Commission for the Arts Organizations: The Music Business Institute/Cutting Edge Enoch Pratt Free Library Folk Alliance Independent Children’s Artist Network International Bluegrass Music Association—IBMA Louisiana Music New Orleans Pride-LMNOP Music Entertainment Industry Educators Association—MEIEA Schools: Belmont University-School of Business Carnegie Mellon University Colorado University at Denver—Music Industry Loyola University—Music Business Department Music Tech College New York University—Music Department University of Kansas—Music & Dance Department University of Virginia—McIntire Department of Music University of Virginia—School of Continuing & Professional Studies
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