Have you ever let yourself get talked into something? Have you ever let yourself be led astray by false prophets? Have you ever found yourself drawn into a situation, only to realise that the person didn't actually mean what they meant, and that you took things too literally? Did you misinterpret something that they mentioned? Did you misread vital signals in their facial expressions, articulation, tone of voice and/or body language? Don't worry and take heed: you are not the only one!
Again, the client has failed to acknowledge or address the process behind what has happened; discrediting the methodology via an assertion of "common sense":
On 02/07/2016, a musician put himself forward as a driver. The musician subsequently received a speeding fine and implied that the label should pay for it. Please note that the musician never explicitly asked; the request was implicit - and was made after (not before) the agreement.
On 9 Aug 2016, at 21:49, Rocco wrote:
Mon 14 Nov, 21:39
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A category naming and shaming unreliable musicians to watch out for.
A category reporting unscrupulous venues and traders.
A category exploring the issues faced working via agents and promoters.