Matt Rappaport is an independent musician from Detroit, Michigan. Today, he comes on the podcast to share how getting organized, helped his band go from earning under $20k per year to more than $200k in less than 12 months.
I can’t wait for you to hear the wisdom Matt brings with him in today’s podcast episode.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- The best way to get your band united under one clear goal
- Why “democracy” doesn’t work in a band and what to do instead
- The principals of running your band like a business
- Strategies to get your band organized
- The one thing that will enhance your band’s focus and productivity
- What it means to “systemize the ordinary so that you can humanize the extraordinary” and how to do it
- How to get your most important tasks done and avoid distraction
Links and info mentioned in this episode:Please CLICK HERE to read an import disclaimer.
- Suggested FREE tools to organize your band:
- Matt’s recommend reading (links to the books on Amazon):
- Learn more about using GTD to organize your music:
- GTD workflow:
- Learn more about Matt and his band Collision Six:
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