Day 2 – Build Alliances

“Create your own team. Every time you have an audition, your teammates must
be committed to help each other. Since listening is such an important part
of your craft, why should the audition be the first time you hear the
material?”

- John Marshall Jones presents Mastering the Audition

Why did America create labor unions? Simply put, workers understood that
they could accomplish more as a collective in tough economic times than they
could as individuals. It’s no surprise to us that tough times are coming.
For a lot of us they’re already here.  So what can you do to strengthen your
professional impact in a contracting labor market? You can create a winning
team.

Great bands rehearse consistantly. Great teams practice daily. These are
examples of individuals who used the power of the collective mind to take
themselves to the next level. How many days per week are you working on your
craft and with whom? At John Marshall Jones presents Mastering the Audition
we teach that the building of alliances strengthens each individual in the
group. Like the labor unions of old there is strength in numbers.

At John Marshall Jones presents Mastering the Audition we are committed to
providing you with superior information to help you achieve superior

results. So put your team together and make your next audition the best one.

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