If not, you can go ahead skip this post.
If you are, I’ve got a challenge for you.
I want to help you land an extra gig in just five days.
When I was first getting started as a musician, I used to have no idea where my next gig was coming from.
In fact, most of the time I found myself just waiting around, hoping that someone was going to get my name from somewhere and reach out to me.
We’ve all been there at some point, right?
Maybe you finished a gig on a Saturday night and the next time you opened up your calendar, it was totally blank.
No more gigs on the horizon.
I’ve been there and it totally sucked.
After years of struggling to land more gigs, I eventually figured it out.
While it can take years to break into your local freelancing scene, but it doesn’t have to take that long to start generating gigs for yourself.
Back in the Fall of 2016, I released a book called Break into the Scene: A Musicians Guide to Making Connections, Creating Opportunities, and Launching a Career.
Within a week of the book launching, something really awesome started to happen: musicians were using my material and getting amazing results.
A few days after the book came out I got this message on Twitter:
This person, along with musicians all over the world, took action and created their own opportunities.
So here’s the challenge…
Over the course of five days, I challenge you to take action and try to pick up an extra gig.
I put together a free email course where I’m going to share some my best material that can help you start creating your own opportunities in just a few days.
Here’s what we’re going to cover over the five days:
Day 1: How to identify the “low-hanging fruit” of freelance work
Day 2: How to quickly research the opportunities around you
Day 3: How to establish a connection with these potential gigs
Day 4: How to get people to say “yes” and hire you (almost nobody does this correctly
Day 5: How to turn one gig into multiple opportunities
This (totally free) course is going to walk you step-by-step through everything you need to know about picking up an extra gig in as little as five days.
I’ve used these strategies to build my own career as an active freelancer and I’ve seen them work for tons of other musicians just like you.
Now, you might be wondering if this will work for you or not.
If so, I totally get it.
While I obviously can’t guarantee that you will land an extra gig in just five days, I can guarantee that you won’t if you don’t bother to even try.
So here’s the question: are you in?
The Five Day Gig Challenge starts on January 30th, so don’t wait to sign up below.
If all goes according to plan, you just might have an extra gig on the calendar in a matter of days. 🙂
See you inside the challenge!