Posted by cnsayer on Thursday, March 18, 2010
I find it challenging to try to balance the artistic and business sides of my career. It almost feels like there is some kind of right brain versus left brain disconnect that discourages the transition between the two. Maybe you professional players, whether full or part-time, can relate.
Thursday, March 18, 2010 @5:14:34 PM
i am not a professional player i do not want to be i do have good business sense and if you are that talented you have to have a good manager you should however stay on top of whats going on you must put all or most of your trust in this person to guide your career so you can be creative it is a wonderful gift you have been given try to stay on top of it if he is a good manager let him take more of the load i know its hard for you now you are trying to pull the cart both ways i think it will all change shortly for the better you are at the stage a lot of talented people are in survival and the love of music only your heart will tell you which way to go good luck ron
Friday, March 19, 2010 @2:53:41 PM
That's why God made agents and business managers.
Just wish he hadn't made 'em so expensive.
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