Let me ask you a question. As a musician, do you expect to struggle? Do you think making it in music is supposed to be hard? Impossible, even?
What if I told you that wasn’t true. That it is possible to go from where you are to where you want be quickly, and with fewer setbacks. Would you believe me?
In today’s episode we’re going to talk to Brandon Rouckus. He’s going to share his journey from struggle artist to full time musician. Including insight on how quickly his career changed for the better, when he changed the way he thought about music.
In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- How to get the best musicians knocking down your door to work with you
- The surprising thing to “push” you from amateur to professional musician—and STAY there
- How to answer every question you have about your path in the music industry and how to find it—TODAY
- How to become a greater musician by changing the way you think about it
- How to dispelling the misconception that artists must “struggle” to pursue their craft
Links And Info Mentioned In This Episode:
- Download the Success With Live Music Blueprint
- Listen to MMP015—Interview With Carl Verheyen
- Twitter @brandonrouckus
- Tyler Bank – @tylerbankmusic
- Tyler Bank – Official Website
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