#9 TIP ON BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL SINGER OR AN INSTRUMENTALIST

TIPS ON BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL SINGER OR AN INSTRUMENTALIST
#9.
“BE WILLING TO TEACH OTHERS THE LITTLE YOU KNOW”

What you know has no value until someone else benefits from it.
When you share your knowledge with the people who needs it, the joy it brings create a deeper hunger in you for more knowledge.

1 Corinthians 15:36 says, “… what you sow does not come to life unless it dies”

The knowledge you gather cannot really come alive unless you sow it in the life of those seeking after such knowledge.
Your sure way to becoming a music professional is by giving yourself away to groom the upcoming singers, instrumentalists and musicians. The more you teach them, the more knowledge you gather.

Don’t say to yourself, “I’m not a professional yet” I’m not a great singer,” “I’m just starting off as a drummer.”
I know that fully well. I know the class of audience I am sharing with- yet to-be professionals. My point is this, whatever stage of training you have undergone; you can as well conduct the same level of training on the upcoming ones. By so doing; you are automatically expanding your musical knowledge base.
So, #9 tip on becoming a professional singer or an instrumentalist is to “BE WILLING TO TEACH ORHERS THE LITTLE YOU KNOW.”

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