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A few weeks ago I provided you with part one of the email etiquette tips to keep in mind and today we are wrapping up with my last set of tips to ensure you maintain consistent opportunities as a EXP! Create a professional email address. I...

Besides being a division one athlete for four years, I would have to say obtaining my CDL-A was one of my toughest challenges to date. However, along with my college days, it has been one of the most rewarding and fulfilling. The value of obtaining...

I have often heard from vetted EXPs about their journey from brand ambassador to tour manager or even to account manager. Every story is filled with success, failure, and situations that many wish they had handled differently. Those learning experiences will always remind us of...

The untimely death of entrepreneur, philanthropist, and Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hu$$le in L.A. has sparked a range of emotions both nationally and globally. Many have reached out in support, and Nipsey's death has also prompted a uniting of two of the most prolific gangs in...

Any vetted EXP will attest that life on the road as a tour manager or tour staff member is completely different from executing events in-market. For one, stability is nonexistent. A willingness and ability to adapt to changes on the fly become second nature for...

In a previous blog, I discussed planning for slow periods as an EXP. A topic that is similar in nature is how essential it is to budget your funds during both slow and busy periods. So here are a few tips to keep in mind...