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5 lessons of business leaders for better music decisions

Updated: Sep 7, 2022

Applying these 5 lessons to your music career will allow you to go as far as your heart desires. Success leaves clues ladies and gentlemen. Follow them and you will have all the success you desire.

Reid Hoffman (Linkedin), Warren Buffett (Berkshire Hathaway), Sarah Blakely (Spanx), Ray Dalio (Bridgewater Associates), Elon Musk (Tesla)

Tip #1 - Do What You Love Doing

If you do not enjoy doing what you do, you can never be great at it. Of course there are days where you don't want to get out of bed, but when you enjoy what you do you can do it for longer than most, harder than most, and go through more challenges than most.

In many cases, people do things for results. Money, fame, impressing others, or anything in between. Choose to do what you love doing and not an outcome.

2 Questions to answer this for yourself:

What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail?

What would you enjoy doing, even if you were failing?

Tip #2 - Always Be Learning

Learn from everything in life. When you learn from your mistakes, others mistakes, setbacks, and all of life, your life improves because you no longer make the same mistakes or avoid making the mistakes others have already experienced!

We live in a time where knowledge is available to anyone. It is free to read books, free to surf the internet, and free to search any question you have at any second and receive more links to information than you could process in a lifetime.

"Pain + Reflection = Progress"

- Ray Dalio

Tip #3 - Take Calculated Risks

All great business leaders have taken risks. Some "riskier" than others, nevertheless risky.

Many people advised these leaders against a lot of decisions. Similar to parents or friends telling an artist they will never become a successful musician. They all did it regardless.

Think about the worst case scenario before taking a risk. It will put it into perspective and give you the ability to take the necessary action.

Tip #4 - Work Hard, Work Smart

There is no substitute for hard and smart work.

Work Hard: The more hours you put into something, the better you will become. If you work one hour playing the guitar each day and the other person plays for 30min, you will be twice as proficient.

Work Smart: Successful business leaders use leverage. They use leverage of people's time, money, connections, and more. Leverage allows you to produce more output.

Tip #5 - Focus

You may receive a million ideas each day. This is natural to creative minds. The key is to focus on one idea long enough for it to grow into a great success.

Focus is across the board consistent with the business leaders of the world. They all focus on perfecting their craft, products, and business.

They did not jump from one idea to the next. They chose the idea and worked on it until they made manifest their dreams for making it a physical reality.

"What is the ONE Thing I can accomplish that would make everything else easier or unnecessary."

- Gary Keller


Business leaders have more in common with you than you think. They have achieved the levels of success you want. Applying what they did and their philosophies will most assuredly guarantee you to reach a level of success.

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