Many musicians have figured out the secret sauce so they’re able to go on tour when they want to without quitting their job entirely.
But some jobs are more flexible than others – if you can take 2 to 4 weeks off at a time, or work remotely during that time, that’s great!
But if you can only get a long weekend here and there, it’ll be incredibly difficult to grow your music career. If that’s the case, it may be time for some changes so you can hit the road once shows and touring are safe again.
Listen now to ditch the golden handcuffs and become more invested in your music career so you can achieve your dreams!
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