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How to manage time for K-pop training and university ?

How should I manage Time if I get training of singing and dancing and pursue bachelors in non music field .how to self study and do everything orderly ??

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Jared’s Answer

So we see that you have two things to balance. One is passion and the other is financial stability.

They can co-exist, but you have to make sure you put the necessary energy and time into them both based on the importance of your livelihood.

So maybe an idea would be, after you get off work, set aside an hour a day for your creative life. On your lunch break, do your research and select your the things and K-Pop artists who interest you the most.

Always make time for the arts. It only works as hard as you.

Good luck!
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Nicolas’s Answer

To be able to manage time you will need to keep document of your activities in a planner. Planners can be as cheap as 4 bucks. Even if you don't have time for everything, you will narrow it down to what's most important, and what can wait for the weekend. I think you have a great strategy of pursuing what's most important first, but still participating in your dreams. When you get this planner make a priority list. What needs to get done 1st? What needs to get done 2nd? And 3rd? Make sure to write into your planner and sketch out anything that does not get done, then plan to get it done the next day. For example, 6:00am-6:30am (breakfast), 6:45am-7:15am (drive to obligation), 7:30am-8:30am (first class), 8:45am-9:15am (to K Pop lesson), and 9:30am-9:45am (snack). This skill should be helpful all throughout your life, and it's rewarding to look back and reflect.

Nicolas recommends the following next steps:

Get a planner for keeping record
Write important things at specific times throughout the day
Refer to your planner two to three times a day
Schedule (write) in your planner days ahead of time
Share your planner with people who are interested in your schedule
Thank you comment icon Thank you for the advice, Nicolas. Rose
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Caitlyn’s Answer

Why not just get a music degree? Many jobs want you to have a degree, but don't necessarily require a specific one. You're obviously a musician, so have faith in yourself and in that path. You can make a LOT of money even if you aren't a hit pop singer like Taylor Swift. Fame is not the same as making a great living.

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Oh - and don't listen to people who tell you you cannot make a living as a musician. Thousands of people do - even if you haven't heard of them. Just because your family or friends are unaware of them doesn't mean they are right.
Thank you comment icon Caitlyn, thank you! Rose
Thank you comment icon You're welcome. My point is, if you have a music degree, you can do both things at once without having to overschedule yourself. Caitlyn Johnston
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