Transforming starving artists into empowered music entrepreneurs.
Are you releasing music that no one listens to, playing shows that no one comes to, making less money than you’re worth? Been there. That’s why I created this resource. To help people like you.
David Andrew Wiebe
Founder & CEO of The Music Entrepreneur HQ
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I’m not sure how to promote my music.
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I’m lacking motivation and don’t have a routine.
THE LATEST BOOK
Start Your Year the Right Way: Goal-Setting, Planning & Achieving Big in Your Music Entrepreneurship Career
If there’s no motivation to do the work, then there’s no motivation in the work either. If that’s the insane cycle you’re in, you need to find a way out.
As we work hard to make our visions a reality, we can easily lose perspective on what we’re doing and why we’re doing it in the first place.
In the hustle-obsessed culture we live in, people mostly seem concerned with how many hours they’ve worked as opposed to whether they were doing something worthwhile.
Imagine! Spending countless hours at work not knowing whether it has any bearing on your career or business.
If you spend more time thinking and reflecting, you’ll gain a lot of clarity around what to do next to get to where you want to go in your career. This will also help you progress towards your goals more rapidly. That’s what this book will give you access to.
THE LATEST PODCAST EPISODES
Science has us convinced that we should keep our goals to ourselves. But does this work? In this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast, I explain why sharing your goals with others is crucial to reaching them. Podcast Highlights: 00:34 – Science says you shouldn’t...
How can you have a more effective release? Are there steps you can take to ensure your music is noticed upon launch? In this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast, I talk to Outerloop Coaching co-founder Paul Phelps about the effective release strategy they’ve...
Is burnout total B.S.? Can you just sleep it off and be on your merry way? In this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast, I share the dangers of burnout and why constantly hustling, and grinding isn’t the way forward in your career or business. Podcast Highlights:...
You may have heard me reference my “forthcoming EP” a few times and wondered when it was coming out. Well, in this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast, I offer a sneak preview into the No Escape EP, which will be hitting online music stores and streaming...
How do you handle challenging situations? What do you do when your life seems to be going sideways? In this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast, I share my reflections from a recent heartbreak. Podcast Highlights: 00:34 – Heartbreak 01:32 – Turning to a mentor...
How effective are you in meeting people and creating meaningful and strategic connections? Do you have contacts that can help you take your music career beyond? In this episode of The New Music Industry Podcast, I chat with musician Brian Bob Young, who gave this...
THE MUSIC ENTREPRENEUR HQ HELPS PEOPLE LIKE YOU GET RESULTS
David, thank YOU for your podcast. I’m hearing it every day and I’m already getting results from applying ideas that you mentioned.
David has his finger on the pulse of what it means to be a musician in this day and age. He is optimistic without being impractical. He says everything that everybody should be saying on the subject but isn’t. You would be doing yourself a disservice not reading his words.
David Andrew Wiebe is the king of internet music marketing and, most importantly, social networking platforms.
David was instrumental in bringing my career to a point where I was living off my freelance work. He gladly answered my questions, connected me with his contacts, and we have remained in touch and worked together ever since. David is a total pro.
It seems like every time I read one of your articles, I always finish it nodding my head in agreement.
My daughter started violin this year at school, and has really been enjoying learning to read music and play! She has been spending most of her time looking up and learning more online. She’s mentioned your page several times and I wanted to send you a quick note to thank you for encouraging her via your site. She has been talking about pursuing music as a career, and I am thrilled with her interest and enthusiasm!