Success is not hard to achieve, at least not for those willing to put in the hard work that goes into persistence, consistency and sacrifice. I wanted to give you an easy to follow and implement 3 Step Step Strategy For Success In 2020. I promise that if you follow these steps and stay consistent, you will have a great year and a lot of accomplishments along the way.
In this episode of the podcast, I go into detail explaining how to do each of these 3 things and how to hold yourself accountable and actually stay on track to find the success you want.
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As 2020 approaches, I have made some decisions for my life and my career which directly affects the type of content that I produce. I wanted to take the opportunity to share with all of you exactly what that means and how things will be changing.
Some of you may like the changes, some of you may not, and I totally cool with either one. Sometimes in our lives and careers, we have to focus on the things that bring us fulfillment, and the changes I am making are for that very reason.
Take a listen to this week's episode of The Steve Freeman Podcast to find out what will be changing in my world in 2020 and beyond.
I would love to hear your thoughts and even more important, the type of content you would like to see me produce. Please feel free to leave your thoughts, comments and questions in the comments section below!
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Is Songwriting Still A Profession? The music business has changed a lot over the years, but none of the changes have affected anyone more than the songwriters. As someone who has made an amazing living writing songs for the last 15 years, I had to address the elephant in the room. Yes, songwriting is still a viable profession, however, there are new rules to apply to your career in order to give yourself the opportunity to succeed as a songwriter.
There used to be a great marriage between songwriters and artists, labels and publishers. Writers wrote the songs and artists sang them. This marriage was very profitable for many years, but like many marriages, the honeymoon is over, as is the union.
With sales declining, labels are now turning their artists into songwriters to capitalize on lost sales revenue that comes from physical and digital sales. The 360 deal is in full effect. When an artist signs a 360 deal, they are...