Interview with Devine Garrett, CEO of Supportthemusicblog.com

1. Tell us a bit about Supportthemusicblog.com.

SUPPORTTHEMUSICBLOG.COM was created in 2012. I Devine Garrett a.k.a. Dividen whom is the sole proprietor of the company released an HipHop album in 2010 and couldn’t find any support to assist me in mass promoting my project.I couldn’t find any traditional street teams let alone online. When I did begin to find the help I was looking for it was in the thousands. Instead of being discouraged I being to help myself.

2. What gave you the idea for your business and how did it start?

After learning the craft more and more I created a passion to assist others in not just the labor but also the basic consultation of great ways to create and distribute funds in marketing and promoting music for others. In doing so I purchased the Website and the rest was born. I begin to interview artist and create campaigns to brand not just the music label but my website as well.

3. What’s your favorite thing about your job?

My favorite thing about my job is to experience the energy off the different artist as their excitement over whelms them with joy due to the release of their latest project, or the energy of suspense felt in the room as an artist tells their story and their inspirations that led them here up until this present moment.

4. What are your keys to making yourself productive?

My Main key to being productive is to never stay stuck. Always be evolving mentally and spiritually. Always denying the emotion of false evidence appearing real. Always stay busy doing things pertaining to my short and long term goals that compliment my craft, such as practicing, researching, investing and executing basic daily task and priorities needed to achieve the next goal.

5. Tell us one long-term goal in your career.

The main basic goal that I am in high pursue of is to accomplish self gratification in its elite form. In doing so I hope to achieve inner happiness and peace through leading by example of illustrating inner appreciation, creating a spiritual currency of abundance that may become a powerful source that will be shared with others in humanity.

6. What’s the most valuable lesson you’ve learned through the course of your career?

The most valuable lesson I have learned in my career is not to invest money in money but invest energy in people because people are energy that obtains money and there for the money is unlimited. In Other words, money has only the value that it has and after you spend that money it’s gone but if you build a relationship with a human being, which humans are constantly generating money, then funds becomes boundless and have no limits. Money is only tool to accomplish goal and some of those goals you can accomplish with out money if you use the barter system so to speak.

7. What advice would you give to others aspiring to succeed in your field?

My advice to everyone in my field is to stay focused on being the best you, that you can be because that’s the greatest gift giving to you. Don’t let that gift become waisted do to lack of self identity. Know thy self and what you bring to the table and don’t ever compromise your self value.

8. What are your favorite things to do outside of work?

My favorite things to do outside of work is to work. My work is my greatest enjoyment next to spending time with my immediate family, discussing other was to build pertaining work.

9. Name a few influential books you’ve read and/or websites you keep up with that you’d recommend to readers.

There are many books,pamplets,memoirs and websites that discuss a great range of topics but my greatest recommendation to the readers is to don’t spend more tie reading then you do experiencing it for self. Books are all based on other peoples experiences and research. theres no greater way to have full understanding the to experience the ups and downs for self. they say you need 10,000 hours at any pacific thing to be considered a professional and while your reading about the professionals there’s always some one else simply living it getting their 10.000 hours in. you can browse, even run through a few chapters but don’t get stuck living life through a text.