Will I have to quit school or my job?
Our daily decisions and habits have a huge impact upon both our levels of happiness and success.
–Shawn Achor (happiness researcher, author, and speaker)
Quitting school or work is quite a risky plan, unless you’re 100% sure that your upcoming record will be a killer and sell like crazy.
Everything you will find in this manual can be done after school or after work.
If you’re used to practice playing your instrument, continue with that. If you’re used to rehearse with your band, don’t stop. Most of the steps you will have to take in order to become successful will take less time than you may expect however.
Success usually doesn’t depend on how much hours you work on your project, it depends on taking the right decisions.
The more right decisions you will take, the less hours you’ll need to work on reaching your goals. You will have to learn how to manage your time and your common tasks. Follow the recommendations in this manual and you’ll see how it can be done. Nonetheless you should be aware of the fact that writing, recording, and performing music will take time, and this time cannot be reduced to zero. Once you get very successful with your music you may think about quitting school or work, but this will neither be for today, nor for next week. Don’t hope for any kind of quick success – stay focused, and try to slowly start a lasting career.