Week 2: Moderator: John McCracken
Guest Speaker: Psychologist Dr. Sam Von Reiche, Psy.D.- "Dr. Sam" is a Magna cum Laude graduate of Princeton University. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and success coach with over 20 years experience in private practice. Her upbeat, out-of-the-box approach has inspired thousands to raise their lives to a new level. In this course, Dr. Sam applies these principles to the unique set of psychological challenges musicians face in the this industry. Dr. Sam is here to help you stay sane, achieve maximum success and live your very best life in the music business. Don't miss this seminar. She is amazing!! Covered topics are below. website: www.drsamvonreiche.com
Stay Sane AND Succeed in the Music Biz: Top Tips From Psychologist Dr. Sam Von Reiche
A. Artistic Spirit In the Material World
--Does artistic integrity conflict with money? Succeed Without Selling Out
--How a poverty mentality stalls success
--Financial abundance vs. excess and greed
--Help Others: You can’t give it away if you don’t have it to give
--Time Management for Creative Types
B. Mind Over Matter: You have the Power to Create your Life and Success:
---The right intentions, thoughts and emotions are more powerful than action: work smart not just hard
---Words are your magic wand, so choose them wisely
---visualization (vision board)
---neurolinguistic programming—the amazing power of language
B. Self-Love: If You Don’t Love You, No One Else Will
---What is true unconditional self-love?
---How can self-love be learned?
---Forgive self and others to be free
---How to unlearn conditional self-approval
--Performance Anxiety: Freedom from perfectionism through self-love
--Love yourself in the face of rejection
--Effective Negotiation: Be assertive because you’re worth it.
--One world and the concept of win-win
D. Beat The Stress 0f a High Stress Business
--Improve your mood with food
--Exercise (for sanity, not just a killer bod)
--Nurturing Relationships with limited time
how to negotiate fees from a position of strength?
How and what to eat when working long hours in the studio or touring
An Artist’s Spirit In the Material World
Does artistic integrity conflict with money? Succeed Without Selling Out
How a poverty mentality stalls success
Time Management for Creative Types
Cost is $50 per person. There will be an extensive Q&A period as well as a great networking opportunity for all attendees.