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Dennis talks about the value of strategic partnerships, and the importance of evaluating them honestly.
Dennis talks about approaching your music like a business in the beginning of a short series on “Thinking Like a Business Owner”
Dennis talks about the importance of serving the different audiences you’ll encounter on your website by offering the same information in several places across the site
Dennis talks about an easy way to engage your audience a little more, and give them deeper insight into your creative process
Dennis talks about how to handle overwhelm and information overload when presented with all of the things you “should” be doing for your career.
Dennis answers a question about giving others permission to arrange your music.
Dennis talks about a simple way that composers can support one another, and make concert presenters’ lives a little easier in the process.
Dennis offers a quick tip on how to keep from being overwhelmed by admin tasks. (Includes downloadable resource)
Dennis muses on the need to look professional in an increasingly crowded market.
Dennis talks about some of the differences between short-term and long-term thinking in your career.
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