A rising name in music Sumit Tuli wants budding talents to focus on a few essential skills
New Delhi : To clinch success, he says people need to work harder each day and never lose hope.
Today, almost all individuals, especially from the younger brigade, wish to become a part of either the music industry or create their name in the world of social media. Blame the increased technological developments that have made social media part and parcel of everyone’s life. However, the music industry, too, has been flourishing like never before with the onset of incredible new singers, composers, lyricists, producers, and musical artists. Making a certain name in such an industry has had people to face several hurdles; still, a few professionals like Sumit Tuli have done it all. This young man from Punjab, India, who has been working since a very early age in the industry, wants other budding talents to focus on a few essential skills, something that he too paid more attention to since his initial days.
• Self-confidence: The people around hardly spread more positivity in others. This is the case with almost all rising individuals and professionals across industries. Hence, it is advised to work around developing and growing one’s own self-confidence to not depend on others’ words of wisdom or support.
• Patience: No one ever said that the world of music would all be about happiness and unicorns. In fact, most of the struggles that happen at the beginning of anyone’s career may test their patience to the core. Therefore, it is necessary for people to infuse more patience in them to stay longer on their path and keep walking on it.
• Discipline: It is very easy to give up halfway, but it takes true discipline to plan things for the day, work around them and stick to the goals. The ones who do that get nearer their goals and desires.
• Love for music: People who love what they do and do what they love are generally those who remain happy throughout their careers. It is important to love music for creating magic in the same and effortlessly moving ahead.
The young talent who now plans to start his own record label and YouTube channel practiced the aforementioned points and now suggests other aspiring artists do the same.