In 2012, I worked with Brad and Jenna on their wedding.
Later in 2012, I worked with Mike and Jillian on their wedding.
In 2014, I worked with Barret and Tatiana on their wedding.
In 2016, I worked with Scott and Lyndsay on their wedding.
Why, in 2016, did Scott and Lyndsay hire me?
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Your willingness to be an amazing team player plays a bigger role in the success and longevity of your DJ career than you might realize. Part of what defines some of the most successful and sought after mobile DJs is their willingness to be an amazing team player (even if at times, it might feel like they’re the only “team” player). In fact not only are they team players, they are very proactive team players.
The reasons for becoming a proactive team player are endless. You will enjoy more successful events, things will run smoother, your clients will Continue reading “Become a Proactive Team Player”
Be social. Reach out. Network. Be a great guy/gal to everyone you speak with.
A conversation I had with a wedding planner yesterday was propped up in a great way because of a name I shared of a fellow wedding professional out in Toronto. She knew of him. That prompted the conversation to move along really positively.
When they say it’s “who you know”, that can sometimes be true. Another interpretation to that statement though is, if you know “them” on some level or another then a person can assume certain things about you. This can be good or bad, depending on that person’s view of “them”.
As is also sometimes said, “If you want to be a millionaire, surround yourself with millionaires.” That statement too, has a lot more depth to it then it displays on the surface.
Be social. Reach out. Network. Be a great guy/gal. That’s my thought for the day.
Written as originally posted to the CPDJA online Facebook group on August 9, 2013.