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Review Of The Personal Development Series.

 Personal Development Series.


Personal Development Series


The series in the introduction/basic foundation, made elaborate illustration on the structure of human resource in respect to personal development within the confines of career music. 

In the series we employed  personality/temperament concept from psychology to enable music artists understand the who they are, how their weaknesses could hinder growth and the best possible way to harness their strength in order to be resourceful in the music industry. 

The series has six parts such as:

Introduction/Basic foundation

The sanguine music artist

Palliative from a guest writer 

The choleric music artist

The melancholy music artist

The phlegmatic music artist


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We are putting together every resource necessary to kick start the next series. Keep in touch as we are devoted to contribute to your success in the music industry. 












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