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Why is it that some artists are struggling to make money from their music while others aren’t?

It’s not that one has access to better content than the other.
It’s not that one had more time than the other.
and it’s not even necessarily that one had more money to spend than the other.
The answer, they’ve put in the work and had a clear goal.

The most successful artists have these things in common:

  • They don’t only focus on making music.
  • They are disciplined and motivated.
  • They are patient and not in it for the short term.

but most importantly, they are willing to put in the work to become successful.

You see, there is no such thing as a smooth mountain.
The road to success is long and will be bumpy that’s why, as an artist, you need to master all the skills mentioned above.

If you are a struggling artist, you’re likely thinking about this. Anxiously.
You love music, and you just want to make a living from it.
But you don’t know where to start.
You’ve read a few blogs, watched some tutorials…
But instead of giving you answers, they left you with more questions.
Or maybe you’ve already tried. You’ve taken an online course or program, but it was too generic (and if you’re honest, a bit boring).

The only thing you want is to make a living out of music.

 

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Don’t do what I did…

My name is JoeySuki. I’ve been a professional DJ and music producer for over ten years.
I made some bad decisions in my career, which led to me losing a lot of my precious time. It’s not like you’re going to that back.
Losing time is a really bad thing in my opinion, especially when your young and have no big responsibilities yet.
When I started building my career at the age of fourteen, I lived at my parent’s place and had no financial obligations.
These low-risk moments don’t happen that much in your life, so you better use it in the best way possible when such an opportunity strikes.

Looking back, I realized I made three key mistakes during my career:

  • I was only focussing on making music.
  • I was lacking discipline.
  • I haven’t spent my time in the most efficient way.

 


Introducing Personal Artist Coaching

In 2015, when I decided to quit DJing, I started reflecting on my career.
I asked myself this question: “What was the thing that I missed in my own career?
After a few brainstorm sessions, I finally found the answer.

I missed a coach.

A person:

  • That is neutral and on my side.
  • Who I completely trust.
  • Who is able to advise me and guide me to the next level in my career.

The minute I realized this, I decided to start a company called Artist Coaching.

A platform where emerging artists can grow on a personal and professional level by getting one-on-one coaching from industry professionals.

 

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How it works

We want to do everything on our own but sometimes you need someone else to see the things that you don’t see yourself. That’s what a coach is to me.

A person that has an overall-view to build your career in an efficient, practical and healthy way.

 


Here’s how personal coaching helped Francisco in his career

 

 

Here’s what others say about my services

 


Ready to get started?

Do you feel like you’re:

  • Running into a dead end and need help to get a clearer view of where to go next?
  • Working really hard without any result?
  • Looking for advice from an experienced artist who understands the music industry?

 

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