It’s very normal to have differences of opinion when collaborating but sometimes it stops feeling temporary and par for the course and starts to feel terminal. What to do?
By Tamara Gal-On Social Self-Care: the art of ensuring your intentional interactions with the people who are part of your professional world are set up from the outset to build you up, not wear you out. Social self-care is important for creative people because it is so much harder to focus on creating or getting
As festival season gets underway, Tamara Gal-On considers the benefits of water in aiding music industry professionals to practise self care at one of the busiest times in the musical calendar.
A quick exercise to help identify your values and create your most authentic work
Values, drive and following your intuition. Tamara coaches you through how and why your being authentic to yourself is so important.
By Tamara Gal-On I have a lot to say on longevity and sustainability – so this is going to be a series of articles. If you love making music and you want it to be your living, there are certain things that will help and some things that won’t if you want to retire from
Keychange participant Anna Christoffersson filmed these inspiring and insightful videos with some fellow Keychange-rs at Tallinn Music Week.
Read up on some solid advice from our friends at Pigeons and Planes on where to start with growing your career
By Tamara Gal-On Part of the point of going to a music conference is Networking. Yes, I know, it’s a horrible truth but there it is. Networking has a bad reputation. A bit less scary than public speaking, a bit more annoying than finding you left the house without charging your phone past 20%. Depending
Seven ways to deal with Follow Up Challenges. The second in our 3 articles about making the most of conferences.