People having a great time with that big smile on their faces - most / people smoking in the DJ booth - least
There's no such thing as 'failure'!! Just different road signs to follow and experience lessons.
By loving what I do and a lot of hard work.
Up at 9am, coffee, check out news of the world and my personal & business social media feeds, office for meeting clients, checking venues, equipment inventory, going through excel sheets. Office time depends on the amount of work. On some rainy days I have to deal with government related permits and license, family time, then finally quality self-indulging me- time at my garage with my classic cars.
Well depends on the job! For office meetings: smart casual, gigs: relaxed and comfortable, weddings: formal.
Political instability, electric failures, an array of tastes in the same room at a party all wanting a good time, which is a professional challenge that I enjoy meeting.
It is not all about the party and the glam, while others are having their weekend I am working hard to ensure that they are having a good time.
Talent, commitment, devotion, supportive family and of course plenty of patience.
I started DJing at the age of 19 as a hobby then founded Creative Entertainment in 1999 to bridge the gap in the entertainment tactic between event management and corporate world by providing A-class creative service with zero mediocrity.
At some point yes, I always had a heart for music and I think it is a blessing to make a living out of something that you love.
Read the crowd in a gig and meet the challenge (see previous answer)
My dad and wife, dad for introducing me to the world of music and showing me what diversity in music means. My wife for her support in a VERY harsh and sometimes unfair industry.
I couldn't say - the person concerned swore me to secrecy and I never break a promise
Rhythm, open mind musically, personable, professional, and their own equipment.
It's not over until the DJ says it is.
I work on 3-year plans rather than 5-year plans so ask me in 2 years time.
Time travel - so I can meet some of the greats from Mozart to Om Kulthoum, Abd El Halim to Louis Armstrong and Elvis.
When we went to one of Amr's events we never wanted to rest in peace.
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