Well, that’s nice, but I’m a picky person down the the very keyboard I type on. After going through three different types of keyboards within the last two years, I started to realize how much standard stroke keyboards suck. When I say standard stroke, I’m referring to how far up and down the key travels.
Here are some pieces of advice you may want to remember when making your catalogs. From planning to execution, you may do well to keep these tips in your head.
A good way to find out about the different equipment that you will need is to do research in music stores, read magazines like Scratch where producers list the equipment they use, read forums or online blogs. Or if you know any producers, just ask them what kind of equipment to use.
Popularity. Don’t pick a topic that doesn’t get more than a thousand searches per day. Even though you can make money with less traffic, if you’re going to spend time working on a project, think long term — as long as you stick to the plan, you’ll be fine.
What do you think of what Kyle Richards had to write in her new Follow my project as it grows entry? Are you looking forward to watching the remaining episodes of the show? Have you been to the star’s new Beverly Hills boutique?
Last and certainly by any means not the least is The Movement. This may be more important than the other 2 steps. Nothing happens without action. Nothing! You can have all the willpower in the world but if you’re just sitting on the fence waiting for the perfect time then it’s not going to happen. You’ve got to get moving. You’ve got to do your homework by pricing the equipment, setting a date to get it, doing what it takes to get it, and actually using it to become better at your craft.
And I am not sure exactly what we will do once we realize this. The answer is certainly not to shame and blame addicted people- which will only worsen the problem.