Clayton Hutson is a renowned business owner in the music industry, having massive experience in the industry. He always put his work first and works hard at it. Having got the educational knowledge in theatre design, he went ahead to work for several companies in the live entertainment sector. He has worked in roles such as project manager and sound engineer. He got the tools he needed to start his own business and dedicated his time managing live tours. In his career, he has worked with big names like Guns ‘n’ roses, Garbage, and pink and kid rock.
The idea to start his company came after perfecting his skills in the employment ventures. It was after recession that he decided to go on his own. The company he had been working for had been hit hard with the recession.
How he makes his day productive
To make his day productive, begins his day at 6.30 am. He ensures that he arrives at the venue before anyone else. While at the venue, he goes through the day’s schedule, storage plan layout and starts planning the to do list for his crew.
Every entrepreneur has an habit which ensures that they remain productive. For Clayton Hutson, it is is being three paces ahead. He visualizes the space first thing in the morning, and line the day events. In doing so, it enables him to be prepared for the day ahead.
Hutson recommends that everyone should double check and even triple check whatever they do. He also advises that every entrepreneur must ensure that they have impeccable products. Failing to do so, leads to a tarnished name which may take a long time to rebuild. He is always organized, confident and prepared for the job.
What makes his business grow
Hardwork is one thing that Hutson admits to have helped him grow his business. He has used word of mouth and his reputation to gain more clients. He believes that doing his best at the stage shows has given his reputation of being a hard working guy and thus make his business grow.
Book he recommends
The book that he recommends for everyone to read is, Don’t sweat the small stuff, and it’s all small stuff. The book focuses on letting go of things that are not important to focus on the bigger picture.