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To teach our kids to be tough and with each blow life delivers to knock us down, we need to get up, dust ourselves off and pick up where we left off. The more times we start again, the colder and more jaded we become.
- 1. Screen, Screen and Screen
- 2. A Better Design
- 3. Hear Them First
- 4. Think About Overtime
- 5. The Do-Not-Play List
- 6. Burn, Baby, Burn
- 7. Clothes Call
- 8. Contract Cues
- 9. Use Good Headphone
- 10. Listen Good
1. Screen, Screen and Screen
Ask friends and family members for recommendations on ceremony musicians and reception DJs and bands from weddings they’ve recently attended. There’s nothing like a wedding guest to give you an unbiased point of view — find out who was on the dance floor and who wasn’t.
Whom you hire depends on where you’ll marry. You can’t really have string instruments on the beach or your violinist might be drowned out by the crashing waves. Similarly, a classic formal event will lend itself to big-band sounds.
It’s absolutely crucial that you follow those tips. Following those tips could mean the difference between run of the mill gains and great gains. It could mean the difference between becoming stronger and becoming injured. I know following all ten tips at a time isn’t easy, but you probably knew half of it already. Just take it one step at a time.
These 10 tips are just tips; they’re not the Ten Commandments. Listen to your body, everyone is unique and responds differently. However, most of these tips have been proven time and time again and some are just common sense. It’s up to you if you want to follow these tips or not. However, you simply cannot go wrong if you do.