Lady Gaga's Rules for Success : Music industry advice for new artists

Becoming the music artist you were meant to be isn’t easy. There’s a lot to learn and so much to accomplish all on your own. The first essential part is getting the music right. Lady Gaga gives us some awesome tips for becoming an artist who will stand out from the pack. Let’s see if you are doing all the right things to ensure your on a successful path.

  1. Fame comes from inside of you, it’s not something that you obtain. Define it for yourself and don’t pursue fame like it’s a goal.

  2. Find your inspiration: You need to figure out what brings your creativity alive.

  3. Have Perspective: Don’t let outside influences define your direction, figure out who you want to be and pursue that yourself.

  4. Keep going while you develop your skills. You need to constantly be improving and that comes from doing.

  5. Earn applause: you’re not entitled to peoples attention, you have to earn that with your creativity and talent.

  6. Do things your way : Don’t copy others. Be yourself and write songs that come from your own authentic experiences.

  7. Shut out the noise and just focus on your journey. It’s different for every artist but you need to learn to cancel out the outside negative energy and just focus on being creative.

  8. Find balance with the people you choose to have around you. Build your team and surround yourself with good people moving in the same direction who support you.

  9. Empower others She's known for her philanthropic work and social activism, including LGBT rights and her own non-profit organization, the Born This Way Foundation.

  10. Be provocative and express your own style with no apologies. She has an estimated net worth of $275 million. Be determined. Have a role model. Stay grounded.

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