Social Media Marketing guru Chris Brogan speaks of the importance of having advisory boards. According to Chris, an advisory board is, “your own group of people to bounce ideas off and that might guide you forward through your challenges and next steps.”
Every where you go there’s going to be a line.
At the grocery store? Pick the shortest lane. Hopefully you find a young man buying one or two things with cash or credit card. Please don’t pay with a check…
At the gas station? Get behind that small hybrid with a tiny tank.
On the phone with customer service? You guessed it, get in the queue.
With every line, there’s one guarantee. You are going to have to wait.
I’ve had the privilege to play with different bands, musicians, and church worship teams. I have learned a little bit from each environment I’ve been in. I realized that I prefer playing in a group or band rather than playing solo. I think part of the reason is I love the energy, enthusiasm, and collaborative spirit of working together. There’s something about working with other talented musicians working towards the same goal.
You know one thing I don’t like?