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Imagine! Spending countless hours at work not knowing whether it has any bearing on your career or business.

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David, thank YOU for your podcast. I’m hearing it every day and I’m already getting results from applying ideas that you mentioned.

João Filipe

Musician, Amber Foil

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.

Corey Koehler

Entrepreneur, Musicgoat

David Andrew Wiebe is the king of internet music marketing and, most importantly, social networking platforms.

Scott Kirby

CEO & Founder, Music Revolt

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.

Liam Duncan

Writer for Canadian Music, Freelance Musician with The Middlecoast, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald, and others

It seems like every time I read one of your articles, I always finish it nodding my head in agreement.

Michael Hill

Musician, Septembryo

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!

Lynette Brown