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In today's tips for creatives, Jeff Straw provides three tips for finding motivation for your creative work in the face of slow growth. In the attached video he begins by looking at the myth of overnight success and what that means in reality.
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For this week's TIP TUESDAY Mark Pearson from ARC Law Group has an update on the MLC. What is the MLC? What does it do?
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Copyright is a set of exclusive rights granted to the author or creator of an original work, including the right to copy, distribute and adapt the work. In the United States, Copyright rights are established under the United States Copyright Act (17 USC 101, et. seq.).
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For me, the hardest part of being a touring musician is leaving. I'm torn because I love what I do, but I also love being with my family and friends. When I'm on the road, I feel disconnected because what I'm doing is so consuming. I lose touch with my daily routines. At times it hurts...
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My friend Maayan Oppenheim is a probably a triple threat, however, I only know for sure that she models and plays music. Her band is called MAAYAN, you can find her on all of the social platforms. Over the last 10 years, she has had a lot of modeling looks and her music has changed...
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Musicians are constantly bombarded with advice. Granted, a lot of advice isn’t that helpful, but some could completely change the trajectory of your career. So why do we suck so much at listening to good advice from others? I have 10 reasons I think we struggle with integrating great advice into our careers.
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I spent far too many years wondering why music careers always fell apart and artists couldn’t get anything to last. The answer was so obvious I felt like a fool for failing to see it all along: artists were choosing the wrong fans.
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It’s much more effective to encourage people in person in a close community. Which is why I’ve devoted so much of my energy into groups like Balanced Breakfast. Our Nashville group meets in person, thus making it possible to meet and make real relationships. As a group, we encourage each other to keep creating.
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Some throwback advice from Lindsay Paige Garfield, formerly from the band Paige and the Thousand and currently working on new project Lovebug & Me.  In 2009, while spending a lot of time on the road with her band, she wrote this advice about what she suggests woman pack when going on tour. I BRING MY...
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Survival is something that all bands struggle with. A lot of bands cover up and mask their mistakes pretending like they never happened. Instead of covering up the struggle for success, we are encouraging musicians to share their stories with each other.
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