INTERESTED IN TAKING MENTORING SESSIONS?
WHAT A MENTOR IS…
A mentor is a person with proven experience of his/her trade. S/He helps by guiding, consulting and being supportive of his/her mentee. Showing ways and alternatives to achieve goals always caring for the integrity of the person who is trusting him/her. Always assuring by all his/her means the mentee success in the goal set. Taking pride in the job, feeling honoured and humbled for being able to help with his/her life experience.
WHAT I OFFER YOU
First hand experience in the goals set. A set of tools and knowledge for you to learn and understand the way to success in your endeavours.
I offer you years of experience on achieving goals and in addition years also teaching and helping other people how to do it.
You will learn how to go about your music studies career, your music bussiness as an artist, how to plan and take effective action and how to get funds among many useful subjects.
You come with your ideas and dreams and I help you turn them into real practical steps to achieve them. I will help you with your action plan, your Bussiness plan (yes! a musician needs it to make a living), and even your paradigm.
Personal support, sympathy and a friendship based relationship with a person you can always count he will look for the best for you.
And before all, honesty.
ABOUT MY MENTORS
I have had many mentors, advisers, teachers, consultants, coaches and, even gurus! Some of them have been there in a direct way, others helped me from the distance nonetheless as effective as any.
I am grateful to all, but to name just a few:
Keith Wyatt (Chief of Studies at M.I.T. Los Angeles and artist).
Paul David Wilson (Music Producer, Chicago)
Kenny Kerner (Producer, Manager & Author, New York)
Norman Brown (Artist, Los Angeles)
Josh Sklair (Producer, Engineer, Artist, Los Angeles)
Stefan Grossman (Producer, Author, Artist, New York)
I also need to be grateful to all the major artists I have worked with or share adventures. The conversations with them dealing with how they do things proved to be the most valuable I have found learning music career development. So I am indebted to artists like: Prince, Michael Bolton, Bob Brozman, Roonie Turner (Ike & Tine Turner's son), J.C.Martin, Fathy Salama, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Shye Bent Zur, B.B.King's Managing Team, the Musickly Publishing Team, the World Music Method family, SGAE team, my contacts at Hal Leonard, Mel Bay and Universal, etc.
And in an even longer list I could mention other individuals who I might had limited time with or only studied and applied their teachings. However they could convey more wisdom in a few sentences than books have been written:
Bob Proctor, Wayne.W.Dyer, Earl Nightingale, James Allen, Tim Ferris, Napoleon Hill, Wallace .D. Wattles, Bob Brozman and the list goes on and on.
But most of all the biggest teacher has been myself, pushing throughout good and hard times and always learning by acts and deeds. Turning knowledge into wisdom by the only way possible, experience.