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April 29, 2009

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DIYMusicians.com

Great post - thanks

When musicians come to us saying "we can't do it all" we gently explain to them that DIY should not be taken literally. It's about staying in control of your creative business, working smarter not harder.

There are some interesting management resources in the top right hand corner of... http://ow.ly/4wfN that compliment your points regarding time management.

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Seamus Anthony

I totally relate with this as I now have a young 'un and of course need to work to provide etc etc so I find that the best way I move forward towards my goals is to restrict myself to a few really important things and apply the "laser beam" focus trick on that/them.

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