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Montreal, QC – February 6, 2017
‘Don’t Forget The Business In The Music Business’ author Antonio Ponce has posted a new blog on tips on how to budget time, the most precious resource for an artist.
“Most people have no idea where their time goes. These same people will tell you they have no time. If they were to document what they did last week hour by hour I bet they would be surprised to see where their time goes. Most people are busy to be busy doing things that are not moving them towards achieving any goals. If you are not scheduling your time with purpose, then you will stay stuck.” says Ponce.
Entitled ‘3 Tips To Schedule Your Time For Success’, the blog mentions tips on how band should organize their time towards the things that will really move them forward such as marketing, engaging fans, networking and more. The blog entry can be read at the following link: https://www.apjonespublishing.com/blogs/news/band-3-tips-to-schedule-your-time-for-success
Ponce recently released his debut educational music business book ‘Don’t Forget The Business In The Music Business’ to enable up-and-coming bands to ascend the ladder of success, in his own words, it’s a “lean valuable quick simple guide.”.
“I would have loved to have this information when our band started. There were so many unanswered questions that took years of searching and experience to learn. If this book had existed back then, we could have leaped over the fire instead of trying to walk through it! I know a lot of new and current bands stuck on the ‘what to do next?’ question will find value in the book’s contents. I hope this book is a tool musicians can use to help them get into a position to get to the next level and notice what we were able to do as an unknown band and that they can do it too!”
For more info, please visit the following links:
Official Website: www.apjonespublishing.com
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“Don’t Forget The Business In The Music Business is absolutely worth the time of any aspiring musician or music band. There are a numerous gems presented in the book which would be beneficial to anyone interested in pursuing a career in the music business.” – The Gateway
“He teaches a few different skills throughout the book, which are typically things that bands focus on less, like budgeting, how to move to a different city, book shows and tours, run social media, marketing, selling music and building relationships…Biggest piece of advice Ponce offers is to focus on goals, have goals set and make sure everyone is on the same page.” – Edmonton Examiner
“The novel points bands towards the more ‘behind-the-scenes’ areas of the music business; the much less known side of the entire project” – Playlist Play
“Antonio Ponce Takes Care of the Music Business” – CBC Daybreak Alberta – Full interview here.