We know you didn't get into your art for the money. BUT, we know you want to make a living doing what you love. Why? Because it's fulfilling! Learn how a broke musician turned his strengths into a multi-million dollar success story using proven entrepreneurial strategy.
In Chapter 1 (part 1 of the FIND series from IDA Program) Passion vs Calling, hugely successful entrepreneur and IDA mentor, David Frangioni, co-hosted by IDA creative director, Liza Quin, take you through David's tried and true concepts of mindset, connecting (or reconnecting) with your passion vs. calling, and the practice of self awareness and organization that will prepare you to plan an effective strategy. Also, learn useful terminology that will help you learn your business. Start building your game plan for success. Remember: Hard work means nothing if you're not seeing results.
F3 (FIND. FORGE. FULFILL) is a proven, self-help style entrepreneurial approach to success in your music career and, ultimately, your life, which allows you to learn and grow at your own pace and budget while you FIND, FORGE, and FULFILL your goals. Above you can preview the first webinar in the F3 series, which includes a bonus printable 17 pagebooklet to use as a guide, reference, and progress journal.
Stay Tuned for the Rest of the F3 Series coming soon...
How much experience is required?
Who should take this course?
What am I going to get from this entire courseware?
• Completion of full F3 courseware automatically allows you a chance to submit your results for review by our A&R team for a chance at getting signed to IDA Records under ADA (WEA).
• ACCESS, GUIDANCE and EMPOWERMENT from industry professionals
A personal "thanks" from IDA co-creator, David, and creative dir. Liza. Plus, the #1 thing that can make or break you as an artist.
In this lecture you will be understanding how sometimes passion and calling can be different and still lead to successful, fulfilling results. If you follow along with your downloadable workbook, you'll see this is the section where you can answer some questions that will help you dig a little deeper into the mindset necessary to start making the right moves.
Analysis and self awareness are a necessary first step in understanding what you can really excel at. Being a sellable artist isn't just about one quality. It's about being self aware enough to engage people with the most captivating qualities you possess. Remember, fans may like you, but super fans spend their money on you. Here we will help you analyze what makes you most valuable to the right people.
In this lecture we also discuss the power of declaring your goals by deciding what they specifically are, organizing them, and writing them down in the section we've made available to you in your workbook.
Here are a few key words you will need to understand and keep in mind as you proceed.
Now is your chance to reflect upon what you'd like to get out of this process so you can chronicle your journey and remember where you started.
I recap of what we've touched upon so far:
-Your self discovery
-strengths and weaknesses
-game plan and strategy
Frangioni was a poor kid in Boston with a passion for drumming and a natural knack for music technology. One day, that kid riding his drum kit around in his car that would stall at every light made his 1st batch of business cards with just a name and a phone number. 35 years, several multi-platinum albums, a best selling book, and multiple multimillion dollar self-started businesses later, David is sharing his success methods with you. Some credits include:
Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, Shakira, Rascal Flatts, Sting, Cher, Robbie Williams and many others.