Identity – Towards Autonomy is what you will DISCOVER! The importance of personal identity in today’s music education cannot be overlooked. Developing your unique identity can accelerate your musical career and accountability – expedite your business training and confidence.
WORKING NONSTOP WITH DEBT THAT WON’T BUDGE? – A Wall Street Journal analysis shows that debt loads at schools specializing in music average $21,576, which works out to a loan payment of about $248 a month. That is a heavy burden, considering that salaries for graduates of such schools with few years’ experience start around
Am I Fearful or Focused? Debbie Renshaw, Global Partner Client for FranklinCovey, the world’s leading performance improvement company, discusses one of the main struggles for musicians and creatives: fear of the unknown. Often, as creative individuals, musicians tend to feel lost in the attempt of following the natural instinct of “becoming an idea fountain”, trying
5 Benefits of a Daytime Job in a recent survey revealed the top 5 Benefits Financial Stability brings. Getting rid of student debt is an essential factor in attaining financial stability early on in your career after college. But what are the benefits of financial stability? This 3-minute presentation will reveal to you the top
My Music degree – Did it teach me how to Survive is a short interview, in which Angela discusses what she did not learn in music school. A voice that corresponds to many students who are concerned about the lack of jobs, the desire to have a sustainable career, and the anxiety of paying off
How Will Consumers Accept My Art is a business training course called: STARTING YOUR BUSINESS RUNNING YOUR BUSINESS GROWING YOUR BUSINESS In this short segment, our newest business adjunct faculty member, Salim Rahemtulla, discusses tips to help you answer the question: How Will Consumers Accept my Art?
Does Your Art Deliver What People Want is taken from his 3 lesson Business Course, How to Start, Run and Grow your Business, Salim Rahemtulla shares his thoughts on how to provide a solution to the question: Does Your Art Deliver What People Want? Salim Rahemtulla has over 30 years of private and public sector