Ah, thank you WordPress and your scheduling feature. I had a mostly free day and the weather isn’t all that good – so I’m able to write these ahead of time. It’s much easier this way and it is why I’m able to bring you fresh material all the time.
If you’re not aware of it, I’ve been compiling a list of rules that will help you become a better performing musician and increase your chances of success. Though the odds are low, there are things you can do to increase your odds and I’m trying to enumerate as many of them as I can.
If I’ve missed some, feel free to let me know. If there’s something you’d like me to add, just use the contact form or reply. If you’ve missed an entry, or would like to refresh the old stuff, this link will take you to the complete list. Do feel encouraged to check the list out and submit any suggested rules for inclusion.
By now, you know it’s a terrible career choice and you’re subjected to all sorts of stress along the way. Because of this, there’s often quite a bit of drama that goes along with it. That’s why I write this…
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