In part 2, I discussed costs that a DJ has to absorb, which may contribute to the higher event price compared to a typical party. I want to spend chapter 3 tackling one area I probably differ from other DJs; I like to meet and meet often. Not just to collect a deposit either. Allow me…Details
Well, I think we should jump right in and tackle the elephant in the room. The one conversations ever DJ struggles to explain because it feels like they are defending their life’s work. Her goes… Why do DJ’s charge more for weddings compared to other events? On the surface, an event may seem like another…Details
This blog series may apply to one of the three audiences; someone in the process hiring a DJ for a wedding, a DJing considering performing their first wedding or a wedding planner. Whatever your circumstance, Congratulations! This is an exciting time and the purpose of a wedding reception should not be lost. Why is DJing…Details
January of 2007 I stumbled into becoming a part time DJ. Ten years later I can honestly say this humble profession has taught me so many lessons that have helped me to understand a great deal about business in general. Here is my Top Ten list of lessons learned. 10. Find a mentor I know…Details
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A few weeks ago I had the privilege to witness writer, producer, songwriter, musician and entrepreneur Ryan Leslie perform live.
Far too often individuals don’t do enough to toot their own horn or pat themselves on the back for a job well done. We tend to wait for others to tell us how good we are and have them celebrate us
Do you have the time, money, effort, heart, or passion to get into the music game? Do you think you have the energy to work a 42-hour work-week, take 15 credit hours of college course work, and go into the studio to sing in your spare time? If you are thinking about getting in the…Details