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  • MASTERY JOURNEY TIMELINEPersonal Development and Leadership - Week 04

    Justin Childs

  • MASTERY: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AND LEADERSHIP (MDL 510)

    Goal: Gain a better understanding about myself and my path towards mastery. Create goals and a timeline to follow on my path. Study along with networking with industry professionals in my field.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Robert Greenes Mastery

    presentation on Google Talks. 2. Read Mastery by Robert Greene and study

    masters throughout history. 3. Research different companies then create

    goals and a timeline to work towards.

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  • EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP (MAN 630)

    Goal: Learn decision making, power and influence, mentoring, leading organizational change, and investing techniques. Gain and understanding of managing business relationships to achieve certain business goals.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Executive Leadership

    Fundamentals with John Ullmen on www.Lynda.com

    2. Study the key fundamentals of becoming an executive leader while studying other leaders in my field.

    3. Read Developing the Leader Within You by John C. Maxwell.

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  • PRODUCT AND TEAM MANAGEMENT (MAN 603)

    Goal: Learn the tools it takes to manage project and see it through from start to finish. Gain management skills for leading a team to a certain goal or objective.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Motivating and Engaging Employees

    with Todd Dewett on www.Lynda.com. 2. Read The Product Managers Survival Guide:

    Everything You Need To Know To Succeed As A Product Manager by Steven Haines.

    3. Take on small independent projects to hone my skills as a product manager.

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  • BUSINESS STORYTELLING AND BRAND DEVELOPMENT (MAR 630)

    Goal: Learn to brand myself as well as artist that I work with. Get a better understanding of storytelling techniques to strengthen my business and deliver a superior customer experience.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Developing Your Musical Brand

    on www.Lynda.com 2. Read the Brand Bible: The Complete

    Guide to Building, Designing, and Sustaining Brands.

    3. Research other company brands who have done well in the industry.

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  • ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS FINANCE (GEB 6508)

    Goal: Gain a better knowledge of financial aspects of business. Learn how to properly use a budget and other necessary financial planning.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Finance Fundamentals

    www.Lynda.com. 2. Read business finance books

    during my course. 3. Create a financial plan for my own

    business.

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  • NEGOTIATION AND DEAL-MAKING (MAN 6446)

    Goal: Learn to make deals and negotiate on a professional level. Gain a better understanding of contracts and making deals in the entertainment business.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Strategic Negotiating on

    www.Lynda.com. 2. Read Beyond Deal Making by

    Melanie Yun. 3. Reflect on previous deals to figure

    out my weaknesses.

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  • PRODUCT AND ARTIST MANAGEMENT (EBM 591)

    Goal: Practice the tools I need to properly manage artist as well as myself. Gain a better knowledge when working with other A.R. and managers.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Music Law: Managing a Bands Business

    on www.Lynda.com. 2. Read Artist Management For The Music

    Business by Paul Allen. 3. Network with other Managers through

    www.Linkedin.com

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  • ADVANCED ENTERTAINMENT LAW (BUL 5628)

    Goal: Learn the tools I need to properly maneuver through the music industry. Find out what it takes to run a label or a publishing company while learning to protect myself with contracts.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Music Law: Management, Rights, and

    Performance Contracts on www.Lynda.com. 2. Read Entertainment Law In A Nutshell. 3. Study different cases through google

    searches.

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  • ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA PUBLISHING AND DISTRIBUTION (MMC 6256)

    Goal: Learn the tools to run my own label and publishing company. Gain a better knowledge of social media distribution, digital rights management, and legislation.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Basic Music Licensing and Publishing on

    www.Lynda.com. 2. Read The Plain And Simple Guide To Music

    Publishing. 3. Put together a plan for starting up my own

    publishing company.

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  • DIGITAL MARKETING (MAR 681)

    Goal: Learn the tools to better market myself along with my product. Learn to market myself through online and offline channels.

    Strategies: 1. Watch Components of Digital Marketing on

    www.Lynda.com. 2. Read Epic Content Marketing by Joe Pulizzi 3. Study other companies who are successful

    through strong marketing.

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  • BUSINESS PLAN DEVELOPMENT (GEB 612)

    Goal: During this class, I will begin planning my actual business and use it as my project. Learn the tools to properly brand myself to grow into a recognized company in the entertainment industry.

    Strategies: 1. Research other successful businesses. 2. Watch Creating A Business Plan on

    www.Lynda.com. 3. Read the Business Plan Process Map on

    www.guidetobusinessplanning.com

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  • FINAL PROJECT: BUSINESS PLAN (EBM 692)

    Goal: Present my final business plan to my teacher and peers. Take the professional criticism to build my business even stronger.

    Strategies: 1. Read The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. 2. Start my LLC on www.legalzoom.com. 3. Network with other business owners

    through www.Linkedin.com.

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  • INDUSTRY LEADERS

    Alex Tumay - Lead Engineer Darp Studios (954) 254-4834

    Vinny Wisco - SAE Atlanta Teacher (323) 344-2831

    Ricky Racks - Producer Darp Studios (404) 642-7400

    Stafa Carter - Engineer Patchwerk Studios (252) 714-4984

    Jaron Allen - Producer Darp Studios (252) 258-5020

    Carien Buck - Freelance Audio Engineer (847) 254-7387

  • CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS1. Grammy U - Provides students a forum for

    networking outside the classroom.

    2. Pre-Law Society - Allows students to explore various legal fields by coming together and discussing different case studies.

    3. Music Publishing Society - student group focused on music rights education, content acquisition, music publishing and licensing.

    4. Entertainment Networking Society - provides students with the skills to cultivate personal and business relationships in an effort to enhance their careers.

    5. Entrepreneur Network E-NET - For students and alumni to represent and collaborate in organized meetings to further their goals in Entrepreneurial pursuits.

    6. Media Design Group - provide and share information regarding the ever expanding world of Media Design.

  • COMPANIES TO FOLLOW

  • CHARACTERISTICS OF A MENTOR

    Strong knowledge of the music industry.

    Willing to share their skills and expertise.

    Someone who is humble and doesnt have an inflated ego.

    Exhibits a strong sense enthusiasm in the field.

    Provides guidance and professional criticism.

    Values my opinions.

    Motivates other by their work ethic.

  • TIMELINE GOALS

    Start Masters Program

    Network inside and outside the classroom

    Follow all directions and complete every class

    Graduate with a 4.0

    Intern within my field

    Start my own label/Land my dream job

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