I know for a fact that one of the most popular posts on my site is 6 Things I Learned From The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy.
Another post that continues to gain a lot of attention is All Unhappiness is Caused by Comparison.
The Music Entrepreneur isn’t just a site dedicated to the creation and marketing of music, or businesses within the music industry. We also have a history of exploring deep topics, such as mindset, beliefs, mental blocks, and how all these affect your ability to build the music career or business of your dreams.
Because, as just about any entrepreneur or successful artist will tell you, your attitude determines your altitude.
Topics I Focus on at The Music Entrepreneur
It’s taken me some time to figure this out, but my main topic focuses at TME currently are:
These focuses may shift with time, but for now, we’re concentrating on developing content and products that address the many aspects and challenges of building a business (or treating your music career like a business), marketing your music release or product, how to be prolific in your creative work, and how to play guitar.
In exploring these subjects, it’s inevitable that I’ll occasionally cover mindset, beliefs, and how they affect you (especially as we talk more about entrepreneurship). Most of these types of posts can be found in the Creativity & Inspiration category.
Why We Started Using Your Power
I’ve mentioned my friend, Maveen Kaura on the blog before.
Maveen and I have spent a lot of time discussing business ideas and exploring the possibility of working together.
It’s taken us some time, but we’ve finally agreed on a vision for a joint venture. It’s called Using Your Power.
Even though we’ll still be exploring some of the previously mentioned “deep topics” here at TME, based on the popularity of the book review I mentioned earlier (6 Things I Learned From The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy), it seemed like the only right thing to do would be to create a separate site that talks exclusively about personal development, entrepreneurship, spirituality, and so on.
So, if you’ve been digging my book reviews, I have a feeling you’ll really like the content we’ve been creating for Using Your Power. So far, we’ve discussed topics like networking marketing, buying a house, pharmaceuticals, endorsements, community, and more.
What To Expect From Using Your Power
As with any new project, it takes time to find your footing. Maveen and I are in the process of determining what makes us unique and different from other similar podcasts (for one thing, there is only one Maveen Kaura, and there is only one David Andrew Wiebe).
But because of the friendship and rapport we’ve built over the years, I feel that we already have a tight chemistry as co-hosts of a podcast. We’ve been recording a lot of episodes, and getting more comfortable working with each other one day at a time.
We have a lot more to offer, and we’re looking to put together products and resources that can help you take your spirituality and self-development to the next level. In the future, there’s no doubt in my mind we will be discussing a lot of books as well, and I’m fairly sure we’ve already mentioned a bunch in the first eight episodes.
So, if you like some of the deeper topics I’ve gone into here at TME, but you aren’t necessarily in the music industry, or have no interest in building your music career, I would suggest making your way over to Using Your Power to subscribe to our show (we’re still waiting to be listed in iTunes, but that should happen shortly).
People everywhere are satisfied with shallow and easy answers to life.
Will you dare to go deeper?
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