Scott Laird is the Fine Arts Coordinator at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. I’ve admired his ability to navigate the worlds of classical, modern, and participatory musical styles- as a player, conductor, and teacher. We sat down to talk about bringing these worlds together through the lens of a string teacher.
I sat down recently with New York Times bestselling author of The School of Greatness (and my little brother) Lewis Howes. Lewis is a world-class athlete and business guru who’s top-rated podcast has over 25 million downloads, and for this interview I asked him to weigh in on how freelance artists can be successful doing what they Read more about Finding Your Vision and Reaching Your Goals as an Artist – Creative Strings Podcast Episode 20 with New York Times Bestseller Lewis Howes[…]
Why do some really talented artists have a challenge making money?
What are most artists thinking about day to day? I answered these and more questions in this episode of the School of Greatness Podcast for my brother Lewis.
The most straightforward way for musicians to get gigs or clients is to offer your services to the right people, appropriately and consistently, over time. The problem for so many free lance musicians is their reluctance with the idea of marketing or selling their services and products.
Here’s a process working musicians can use to create a burst of income or develop a new project. It’s the same process that I guide people through in my month-long interactive online group course