You had it all planned out. It was the perfect set-up. A perfect schedule for your perfect child. Travel, lacrosse, a private Mandarin tutor, summers at farm camp, classical piano lessons--all the ingredients for a fulfilled life as a doctor, a lawyer or in private equity.
Then it happened. Your child turned into a teenager and abandoned the classical piano for a Les Paul and a Marshall Stack. What do you do now? Luckily for you, setting aside carefully laid out plans and heading for a career in music isn't necessarily as frightening a future as it may seem.
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