Imagine investing your time and effort finishing and polishing a track, you’re really happy with the final result and feel great, so you decide to take the leap and send it out to a label.
Only to receive a reply one week later…
“Sorry, not for us.”
Now you feel deflated, demotivated and question whether you’re good enough to make it as an artist….
The reality is rejection isn’t pleasant, nobody enjoys being rejected. However, with the right mindset we can choose to learn from rejection rather than taking it hard and letting it fuel negative emotions and self doubt.
In this episode, I’m going to share with you a positive perspective when it comes to dealing with rejection, to help you gain some clarity and confidence that can help you get over your fear of rejection and get your music out to the world.
- Quality VS Taste: “Just because your track gets rejected, it doesn’t mean it’s low quality. It’s just a matter of taste”
- Have other people listen to your music and get a second opinion on the quality of your track.
- Do your homework.
- “It’s a numbers game and you’ve just got to find the right home for your music.”
- “Nobody enjoys rejection, it’s how we deal with it that counts”
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