Ever seen Bobby McFerrin perform?
The guy is masterful, a true artist.
His vocal range is astonishing and his voice as flexible as a rubberband.
Kinda like Al Jarreau’s face, but I digress.
Point is, he’s not the only singer with those qualities.
You can find full-body instruments in any city – just look at youtube and you’ll find plenty.
And yet, Bobby is the guy who made it big. REAL big.
So why is that, and how can you use the same thing for yourself?
The secret is deceptively simple, and it’s something that many artists apply with great success.
What it comes down to is that he doesn’t make his art in a vacuum, creating a piece and then lobbing it at the audience.
No, he makes the audience part of the piece. Literally.
Folks get on stage with him to dance, to sing, and he gets the entire room to sing with him.
Pretty damn genius, if you ask me.
The root of many – if not all – business success stories.
For you as an artist, you’d do well to also build interaction into your marketing.
It’s all very nice to sit in your studio and paint or compose, and then hope that people will find you and pay you.
But you’ll get much better results, more fans and more sales, if you involve people in your world and your art.
That’s what you’ll learn in the next LEAP.
Waiting for you right here –> http://martinstellar.com/leap-to-more-sales/