Music Producers & OTHER PEOPLE WHO OWN BUSINESSES

Why is it so hard for you to keep your clients in the loop and to do the job 100% and to make the outcome great? Lot’s of artists I speak with always say that the last guy they went to didn’t do a great job and would be very unreliable/loyal to the client. I don’t understand the thought process. Even if it’s not music, it could even be carpentry. You’re supposed to do it 100%, do it great, smile, make the client feel welcome, and most of all show that you care about their project. They are giving you a chance for a reason. So why not give them your undivided attention. If you want to make money and have a career, you have to show you are capable and reliable. Don’t disappear. Don’t Show that you just want the money and thats it. It’s not about making a quick buck. It’s about making longterm bucks. Even if you’re doing a job for them all you have to do is keep them posted on a daily basis. All you have to say  “hey just giving you a heads up, everything is going great, I should have something for you by the end of the day or tomorrow.” and if you’re not finished or have a rough mix or rough draft of something, you must tell them. They are trusting you with their money and time. Especially when you bring a carpenter into your home. You don’t want to leave your clients with an extension of a living room when theres nothing but an open frame and you wake up the next morning and see deer eating out of your refrigerator and drinking all your beer. That’s not cool. So why ruin your reputation? Don’t you want to make money? Don’t you want to be proud of what you do? After all your name is going on it and 5 or 30 years from now you want to say, “I did that.”

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