DJs, Cardiologists, Breaking Out


Being a Rockstar is the ultimate dream for millions of people. It doesn’t matter what type of Rockstar you want to be, whether it’s a DJ, an artist, or a musician. Whether it’s traditional rock n’ roll or electronic dance music, the road to becoming a Rockstar isn’t easy, but it isn’t as impossible as most people think. In this blog post I’ll discuss the various steps that one can take when wanting to become a Rockstar.

Practice, practice, practice.

If you want to become a great DJ, then the first thing you need to do is practice.

Practice makes perfect, so make sure that when you’re practicing in front of a mirror (or friend), your body language is confident and assertive. If there’s an audience of people around you when practicing, try to talk with the crowd as much as possible. People love having conversations with those who are good at talking; it makes them feel included in something that they’re not quite part of yet. Even if there’s no one watching, be sure to talk through every beat so that when there’s an audience watching it will feel like second nature for them!

In addition to talking during your practice sessions, also be sure to record yourself playing some music using whatever recording device is available (phones work too). This will allow for more effective feedback from friends and family members who may not always have time for live performances like this one does – after all if anyone really wants some live entertainment then there are plenty of websites out there where DJs can perform online without having any sort of setup whatsoever!

Master the basics of your craft.

It’s important to know the basics of your craft. Mastering the basics will help you become a better DJ, but it will also make you more confident, prepared and comfortable. You’ll learn more quickly and be able to focus on the fun part of DJing: performing!

Find something that makes you different or special.

You are not a DJ. You are a person whose life has taken them on a path that led them to become a DJ. Find something that makes you different or special. The best way to do this is by finding something that can set you apart from other DJs and make people want to hire you instead of the next guy with the same equipment and style as yours.

Find Your Niche

Don’t be afraid to ask for help.

You can’t do it alone. There, I said it. You need to ask for help and accept help when it’s offered. It’s not always easy or comfortable, but you’ll be glad you did when your career takes off—or if it doesn’t! We’re all in this together, so don’t be afraid to reach out and get a hand from someone who has been where you are now. If they have time for your call and advice, chances are good that they’ll have time for yours later down the road as well.*

We’ve all heard the old adage: “Time is money.” That’s especially true when starting out with DJing—and with anything else related to music production or performance art (like dancing), since those activities take up hours upon hours each week.*

Be humble and kind.

I’ve been DJing for over 20 years and have seen many DJs come and go. The one thing that has always remained constant is the way I’ve treated people in my life, especially those who are closest to me. Being humble, kind and respectful are the gifts that keep on giving. Not only will others appreciate your efforts but you’ll feel better about yourself as well!

In this industry it can be difficult at times because there are so many good people out there who want to help you. It’s important not only to remember those individuals but also do whatever you can to help them in their own endeavors too!

Be able to talk about your craft and yourself.

  • Be able to talk about your craft and yourself.
  • Be able to talk about what you do, why you do it, and how much you enjoy it.
  • Be able to talk about your journey so far and where you’re headed in the future.

Never stop learning.

Keeping up with the latest trends is a good way to stay in demand as a DJ. It keeps you relevant, and it also helps you stay young. Learning new skills is one way to do this, but there are many other ways as well—like keeping abreast of new music releases and staying up-to-date on what’s happening in your field.

Learning how to get better at your craft can also help prevent burnout or boredom when working long hours behind the decks. When you know more about what you do than the next guy does, it gives you an edge over competitors who don’t put in the same effort (or who aren’t as talented). It can also help open doors for networking opportunities; if there is no one around better than yourself at what they do, then others will seek out your expertise without fail!

Embrace new technology.

Technology is changing the way we do things. It’s changing the way we listen to music, it’s changing the way we perform and create music, it’s even changing the way we learn.

It used to be that if you wanted to make a record or CD, you had to go into a studio with an engineer who had all of these fancy equipment that cost thousands of dollars. Then along came Pro Tools and Garage Band (and other programs) which made making your own music at home possible for anyone who owned a laptop computer—even if they weren’t very good at producing their own tracks yet—and thus was born DIY (Do It Yourself). Nowadays there are thousands of YouTube videos where people show you how they do things like mixing two songs together or creating specific sounds with synthesizers or drum machines; some even teach people how they can make their own beats right from scratch using only their laptops! We’re living in an exciting time where technology allows us access not only tools but also knowledge previously unavailable outside those working within specialized fields such as medicine or law enforcement–and therefore enables us to live our dreams!

Follow your heart.

As a student, I learned that the heart is an organ responsible for pumping blood throughout our bodies. It beats about 100,000 times every day and pumps about 5 liters of blood each minute.

The heart is also a symbol of love, passion and emotion. When we say “follow your heart” it means to follow your passions and do what makes you happy in life because that will make you successful (and not just financially).

So if you’re going through some hard times or feel like giving up on something you love doing: don’t do it! Instead keep working hard towards your goals and dreams until they come true!

Becoming a Rockstar is easier than you think!

Don’t let the name fool you. Becoming a rockstar is easier than you think! When I began my DJ career, I could barely match beats together and had no idea how to read music. But this didn’t stop me from being successful: all it took was hard work and dedication to become the DJ that I am today.


Have you ever wanted to become a DJ? It’s easier than you think! But before you get started, there are some things that you should keep in mind. First, practice makes perfect and second master the basics of your craft by finding what makes it special for you. Also don’t be afraid to ask for help when needed as well as learn new technology on how to improve yourself. Lastly but most importantly follow your heart because at the end of the day this is something you will love doing; so much so that it won’t even feel like work anymore!

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