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Another success story from a client!

Sheila Chandra - Tuesday, October 23, 2018

I'm always excited when I get to hear stories of my clients' progress. 'J' was kind enough to write and update me recently. She's a talented singer, musician and songwriter based in Europe who had just four sessions with me back in the spring. Here's what she wrote....



“I'm not afraid to negotiate anymore and say exactly what I think is better for our project and music. Working this way I was able to create a new team...(booking, publicist). All this opened up new opportunities like playing bigger shows, playing support shows and some bigger festivals. These have been my main goals for years..."

 

Sometimes a few sessions is all it takes for a client to make a breakthrough. 'J' was fearless, honest and up front about what she needed in sessions. And she's taken what she learned in those sessions and really run with it. I'm so pleased for her!


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