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You’ve always been equal parts creative and business. You’re UNIQUE! What would it look like if everyone you worked with really “got you”? Would you feel more valued and part of something meaningful? Would you feel infinitely MORE CREATIVE and more productive? More connected to yourself and others? Would you be making more money?
Now picture everyone you work with saying you’ve “got that special something and are def going places” Can you picture it?
Most Music Industry Professionals are required to react to the daily fire drills of the Business.
While other people’s emergencies are “just part of the job”, it can stifle your creativity and the way you problem solve. There’s little time left to focus on the strengths that got you this far, leaving you feeling stressed and possibly stuck.
Here are the most common career complaints from Music Industry Professionals:
– Feeling Stuck
– Gender Inequality
– No Work-Life Balance
– Enforced Drinking Culture
– No Clear Growth Path
– Lacks Transparency In Business
WE OFFER 4-STAGE CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND MEET YOU WHERE YOU ARE NOW:
STAGE 1: ENTRY-LEVEL
Artists and Industry Professionals breaking into the Music Business
STAGE 2: MID-STAGE CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Moving up to the next level
STAGE 3: LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT
Improved leadership and team building skills
STAGE 4: NEXT CHAPTER PLANNING
Exit plans and transitions in leaving the company, changing jobs, changing industries, and/or retirement
Here’s just a few of the feature focuses of Compassionate Muse Coaching:
Career Dev Strategies
Creative Win-Win Solutions
High Accountable, High Productivity Achievement
Powerful Leadership/Management Strategies
Team Building Implementation
Here’s the deal: It seriously doesn’t have to be this way.
"My coaching with LJ has helped me focus not only on what I find rewarding in my career but also in my personal life. "
“She has challenged me to think, “during the work day, what specific tasks do I find most challenging. When confronted with those tasks how do I recharge after them”, in my personal life has has asked me to think “What brings me joy”. She has encouraged me to make time for those people and activities. And to not bring my work challenges into them. By reminding myself, “how do I recharge”, “don’t bring the work stress into my joyful activities”, I have found that I can be better focused, less stressed, and more mindful about me and my needs vs the demands of the day to day job.”
Tom Ewald, VP of Music Sales, Eventbrite
“LJ Malberg brings character, charisma and chutzpah to every project and I would recommend her 8 days a week!”
SVP, Artist Services International (WEA) at Warner Music Group