How To Start A Music Career With No Support | Family, Friends, & Coworkers

Alexander Hill
Published on 24 Mar 2020 / In Music

We dream of one day being able to do music as a career and be successful doing what we love to do. We have a vision and deep down we know what we're capable of, but when the people we care most about don't support our dreams it sucks. I know what it feels like to be told that you're wasting your time by someone you look up to. Feeling discouraged and filling your head with doubt is the fastest way to watch your dreams go down the drain. So what can you do to change their mind and make them believe in you? Well you might not be ready to hear the answer to that question...

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