What’s In This Episode:
As business owners, how do you get it all done?
“Musicians are not famous for their analytical spreadsheets.” – Brad
IN-STUDIO (!!!!) guest and trumpet player Victor Garcia stops by and talks about being a musician and with it, being as organized as you can as well as how to figure out time-management (while still taking time for yourself).
But how do you put a price on what you offer? Jill and Brad discuss the perils of “exposure” and how to charge what you’re worth.
“I remember certain things better when I’m constantly interrupted.” – Jill
Brad frequently gets interrupted, and he loves when he can turn his phone off and not be bothered by anything. How do you manage interruptions and get things done? Jill and Brad talk about all the interruptions and notifications that go along with being in the modern world… and how time batching and blocking to get more done will help.
How do you feel about interruptions? Listen in!»
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- Victor Garcia is a musician who is as versatile as he is creative. His trumpet talent heralds his international acclaim. He sings and plays percussion and bass and congas. His songwriting, arrangements, and charts have led him to professorial positions at Roosevelt University, Loyola University and the University of Illinois in Chicago. Visit his website or follow him on Instagram.
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