Welcome to this week’s Blonde Intelligence with me, Ms. Roni, where I always seek to give you exquisite cranial repertoire. Today I am going to briefly touch on being an asset or liability as an artist. According to Oxnard Languages (2021) an asset is a useful or valuable thing, person, or quality. The definition of liability, according to the same source, is a person or thing whose presence or behavior is likely to cause embarrassment or put one at a disadvantage.
Every artist adds value in some type of way, even if in the form of music therapy, but does the value outweigh your liability as an artist? Are you an artist who lacks and lags, don’t follow through to completion, have warrants, risky lifestyle, negative public outburst, could you be booked for a show six months away and not be in jail…who invest in an artist with more liabilities than assets? No one… Know that more than good music makes another collaborate, invest, or be a resource if the risk outweighs the benefit. Artists assess your assets against your liability….okay.
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