In the late fall, some mobile DJs at least in the midwestern U.S. start to wind down as we have less booked weddings, parties, and events. I think this is the perfect time to work to prepare yourself for the next DJ season by sustaining your health, sharpening your tools so-to-speak — both personal and business, and thinking about growth.
I propose to think about your DJ winter conditioning on several different dimensions: Mind, body, spirit, gear, performance, business, and marketing. I talk through examples in the video, and here is a check list to get you started on your own winter conditioning to-do list:
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Content provided by Kevin Summers, owner and DJ at Smilestones DJ Services (http://www.smilestonesdj.com).