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TEM156: Hanging out in the hallway (TEM Short)

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TEM156: Hanging out in the hallway (TEM Short)

We've all heard the phrase "When God closes one door, he opens another." The problem is hanging out in the hallway.

The TEM Question of the Week:

Have you ever been rejected in your career but it turned out to be a blessing?

Join the discussion by heading to http://www.andrewhitz.com/temblog/tem156 and leaving a comment.

***Sign up before October 1st for the brand new TEM Newsletter to be eligible to win a free consultation and also receive a free copy of "Seven Things I Learned from the First 100 Episodes of The Entrepreneurial Musician. Click here for details.

What You'll Learn in TEM156:

  • How losing an audition ended up directly leading to me getting my dream job with Boston Brass (but how it sucked in the interim)

  • The timeline for how I lost a major income source a month after announcing I was leaving Boston Brass and right after I found out that my wife was pregnant and how that ended up being a blessing

Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM156: Hanging out in the hallway (TEM Short)

We've all heard the phrase "When God closes one door, he opens another." The problem is hanging out in the hallway.

The TEM Question of the Week:

Have you ever been rejected in your career but it turned out to be a blessing?

Join the discussion by heading to http://www.andrewhitz.com/temblog/tem156 and leaving a comment.

***Sign up before October 1st for the brand new TEM Newsletter to be eligible to win a free consultation and also receive a free copy of "Seven Things I Learned from the First 100 Episodes of The Entrepreneurial Musician. Click here for details.

What You'll Learn in TEM156:

  • How losing an audition ended up directly leading to me getting my dream job with Boston Brass (but how it sucked in the interim)

  • The timeline for how I lost a major income source a month after announcing I was leaving Boston Brass and right after I found out that my wife was pregnant and how that ended up being a blessing

Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

TEM155: Embracing change and reaching a quarter of a million people every week - A conversation with Suzanne Bona

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TEM155: Embracing change and reaching a quarter of a million people every week - A conversation with Suzanne Bona

Suzanne Bona is the host of Sunday Baroque, a radio show heard by over a quarter of a million people every week on over 200 stations nationwide.

The TEM Question of the Week:

  • What skills have you acquired from a non-dream job that you've been able to utilize as an entrepreneur and did you realize those skills might be eventually useful at the time? 

Join the discussion by heading to http://www.andrewhitz.com/tem155 and leaving a comment.

***Sign up before October 1st for the brand new TEM Newsletter to be eligible to win a free consultation and also receive a free copy of "Seven Things I Learned from the First 100 Episodes of The Entrepreneurial Musician. Click here for details.

What You'll Learn in TEM155:

  • Suzanne's background in music and the winding path she has taken to get to today
  • The importance that a couple of music teachers played in her life (and how awesome my wife is!)
  • How she founded Sunday Baroque which is now carried by over 200 radio stations across the country and heard by a quarter million people every week
  • The brilliant idea she negotiated for herself when she started a full-time sales job at a radio station which enabled her to learn the ropes of radio
  • The skills she learned in her sales job that directly applied to her future entrepreneurial endeavors
  • How she she ended up partnering with NPR to both produce and distribute Sunday Baroque and the factors that led them to amicably part ways after they had outgrown one another
  • The benefits of being a small and nimble operation
  • How technology is becoming a great equalizer in the world
  • Her attitude that change is hard but change is also interesting
  • Why Susan still tries to see each episode of Sunday Baroque through a different lens even after 31 years
  • What made the pitch email from Suzanne's intern so well written and why it got her on the podcast when most of them don't even get answered

Links:

Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM154: The Long Game (TEM Short)

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TEM154: The Long Game (TEM Short)

Musicians frequently don't bring the same long game approach to being entrepreneurial as they do to their playing which is a big mistake.

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Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM153: What the hell happened to us?

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TEM153: What the hell happened to us?

Every child is overflowing with creativity. Then we lose it all. So what the hell happened to us and why does it matter as an entrepreneur?

*Sign up for the brand new TEM Newsletter and automatically be entered to win a free music business consultation!*

Anyone who signs up for the brand new TEM Newsletter between now and October 1st will automatically be entered to win a free 15-minute music business consultation with me.

Visit http://www.andrewhitz.com/temnewsletter to sign up today!

What You'll Learn:

  • How holding myself accountable to my Patreon patrons got me to actually send out my first newsletter in over a year! Thank you, Patreon family!
  • How school is largely designed to swap our creativity for compliance
  • An exercise to identify assumptions you make about aspects of your career that could really use some creativity
  • Why questioning some long-held assumptions is a great way to stand out in a crowded music business

Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM152: David Taylor Quotes

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TEM152: David Taylor Quotes

This episode features thoughts on my favorite quotes from the conversation I had with David Taylor in TEM137: How "Overnight Success” David Taylor Was Named to the 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe List by Working 70-Hour Weeks for Years.

Quotes:

  • “I cut myself some slack in regards to it. That's why at the beginning I thought, ‘I need to be an expert at everything and I need to make sure I'm infused by everything’ and I'm (now) aware that I'm not going to be totally passionate about every single element of the business.”
  • “I totally agree about sort of giving someone a leash to run. I've really had the most amazing orchestra manager intern this summer. We have this whole job description. You do librarian duties, all this stuff, and then we made the decision to go completely digital and use iPads, so her whole job description changed. Then all the staff meet for the first time on the course as well so it was jumping straight into the fire and she just absolutely smashed it. So I'd go to ask how things were going and she'd already thought of all the problems that were coming up, already fixed them all and had already solved them without me having to worry about anything. When it works well, it's an absolute dream. Once you meet people you get on with creatively and you respect I think it makes it much easier to do the navigating side of things.”
  • “This is the most amazing time for anyone to create any business or do anything to improve themselves. In the past, let's say even 20 years ago, I'd not be able to do this. Before, you'd have to go to a library and go and talk to the clerk and work out what books you might want and go and find them. Read the back of them. Make the choice which one you want to take home. Take it home. Read it. Find out it's not good. Come back. Even after three weeks you only learn one thing. Whereas now at your fingertips you can find a YouTube tutorial or a blog that someone has done that can tell you how to do it within two minutes and not leave your house or have to put anything over on top of your pajamas. It's unbelievable.”
  • “I think we're living through the most amazing period of change, not just society-wise, but also in classical music. The organizations, particularly in the UK, that are in the establishment just haven't worked out what's going on and aren't adapting to societal change and the technology change as well. I think they're miles behind in general. So you can completely carve your own path by working out how you can get round these gatekeepers now.”
  • “Of late I've had a little bit of attention, people want me to go and talk at places. I find it quite interesting because I'm doing exactly what I was doing three and a half years ago. Nothing's changed. But all of a sudden, one thing leads to another and you get more awareness as to who you are and what you're doing. Similar thing, ‘Oh, you're an overnight success’ and it's, ‘No, I've been working like 70 hours a week for the last however long. It's quite a time now.’”
  • “Also, even though I failed at the YouTube channel, it was an important learning success. The skills I learned from video editing and filming were then taken and put into the orchestra in summer. So it's not as though it's been an entire waste of time. I've come through it learning more and learning more about how to talk to people, learning some filming skills. So it's been beneficial in the long run. But yeah, it's totally important to talk about when things go wrong and I'd love to say the last three and a half years have been perfect and I'm some sort of demi-god, but sadly that's not the case.”

Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM151: Keeping yourself inspired

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TEM151: Keeping yourself inspired

Some thoughts on keeping yourself inspired as an entrepreneur.

What You'll Learn

  • How reading two books on any subject will make you an expert who knows more about that subject than 98% of the world
  • Why seeing live music is so important to me as an entrepreneur
  • The importance of having friends that are smarter than me

***I want to hear from you! Please leave me a comment below sharing what you do to keep inspired as an entrepreneur. I'll share some of your answers on the next TEM.***

Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM150: How to 10x your progress and moving on quickly from your bad ideas - A conversation with Modacity's Marc Gelfo

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TEM150: How to 10x your progress and moving on quickly from your bad ideas - A conversation with Modacity's Marc Gelfo

Marc Gelfo is the CEO and co-founder of Modacity.

I can't believe we made it to 150 episodes together! Thank you to each and every one of you for listening and for giving TEM your attention. I wouldn't have made it past the 10th episode without you!

Next stop: 200!

 

What You'll Learn:

  • How Marc used his experiences with cognitive science to approach practicing his horn more efficiently
  • The need for an embouchure change after Marc was already making a living as a professional horn player that inspired him to create software to help himself and others practice more efficiently
  • How different his first idea in this space was compared to what Modacity is today
  • The startup accelerator he joined in Silicon Valley that really forced him to question whether his ideas were viable business ideas
  • Why you need to kill your bad ideas as fast as you possibly can (and how to go about starting that process if you're not good at it)
  • The difference between visionaries and integrators and why those two types of people work so well together (and why partnering with someone is frequently a better idea than trying to change your type)
  • How any musician can up their progress up to 10x

  • The two different kinds of expectations and the four reactions we can have to them (really good stuff!)

  • How Marc discovered the importance of team as he developed Modacity

  • Why bringing on advisers as teammates can compliment your weaknesses (and how to pitch them)

  • How he achieves balance in his life (this was a different answer than I’ve ever heard to this question)

  • Where Marc sees software for musicians going in the future

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Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM149: Don't blend in!

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TEM149: Don't blend in!

Why you need to double down on the only thing that makes you unique.

What You'll Learn:

  • Why the only thing that will ever make you truly unique is you
  • How to get people to consider hiring you to do what you instead of the thousands of other options
  • Why blending in is the worst thing an entrepreneur can ever do
  • A reminder that we're all pretty bad at everything until we do it a bunch
  • How I've attempted to brand TEM interviews a little differently than most podcasts
  • Action steps to not blend in:
    • Ask five people you trust what makes you stand out from everyone else in your corner of the music business and aggregate the list
    • Write down all of the ways you get yourself out to the world
    • Figure out specifically how to double down on what makes you you on each of those platforms
    • Design, execute and ship that content
    • Pay attention to whatever metrics you have deemed most useful to see if your new content has moved the needle at all

Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

TEM148: Spotted Online featuring Sarah Von Bargen, Ramit Sethi and Seth Godin

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TEM148: Spotted Online featuring Sarah Von Bargen, Ramit Sethi and Seth Godin

Spotted Online features thought-provoking articles, podcast episodes and YouTube clips pertaining to all aspects of being a successful musical entrepreneur.

Today's featured content:

Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that!

1. Help me get to my goal of $100 per episode on Patreon (only $16 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM147: Pivot, Persevere or Punt - A conversation with Lance LaDuke

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TEM147: Pivot, Persevere or Punt - A conversation with Lance LaDuke

We all have three options when faced with adversity. The key is figuring out which is the best path forward for any given situation.

This week's guest, Lance LaDuke, is my parter at Pedal Note Media, my former colleague with Boston Brass and the co-host of my other podcast, The Brass Junkies.

What You'll Learn:

  • The lesson Lance shares with every freshman at Carnegie Mellon right as they walk in the door

  • Why I named it The Entrepreneurial Musician and not The Musical Entrepreneur

  • The reason to try something now is because it will never go exactly how you think it’s going to go (it might even go better!)

  • The three options we have when faced with adversity
    • Pivot (This wall is really tall and I’m going to keep going but in a different direction)
      • Example #1: Lance learning trombone in order to win the Boston Brass audition
      • Example #2: Boston Brass keeping up with the movement of the market by collaborating with both the T'ang Quartet and Imani Winds
    • Persevere (You hit a wall and you just keep pedaling)
      • Example #1: The beginning of Pedal Note Media when it was a ton of work and we were losing money (for a good long while)
      • Example #2: How the Modern Musicking Center at Carnegie Mellon University took shape after years of Lance not quite figuring out exactly what it should look like
    • Punt (I’m giving up on this task so I can spend my time on something else)

      • Example #1: A group Lance formed 20 years ago that was great and well received in its short life but wasn’t the right thing moving forward for a host of reasons

      • Example #2: A show Lance produced called "Lance Learns to Play" (which was great and even got him a meeting at PBS!) that was far too much work for the return so he pulled the plug

Links:

1. Help me get to my goal of $100 per episode on Patreon (only $20 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM146: Solving the right problem plus some thought on Gary Varynerchuk's latest book, Crushing It!

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TEM146: Solving the right problem plus some thought on Gary Varynerchuk's latest book, Crushing It!

Making sure we are attempting to solve the right problem plus thoughts on Gary Vaynerchuk's new book.

We are hiring an intern! Visit pedalnotemedia.com/intern to become a part of the Pedal Note Media family. Application deadline is August 1st so apply today!

Are you looking for a coach to take your career to the next level? Visit andrewhitz.com/consulting to join the many musicians who have used TEM Consulting to make more money and have a greater impact in the music business.

What You'll Learn in TEM146:

  • The main problem you should be trying to solve (a lot of us frequently don't quite get this right)
  • Some of my thoughts on Gary Vaynerchuk's fantastic new book, Crushing It!

Links:

1. Help me get to my goal of $100 per episode on Patreon (only $20 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM145: Finding your creative personal rhythm (TEM Short)

TEM145: Finding your creative personal rhythm (TEM Short)

The importance of finding a creative rhythm that works best for you.

Links:

1. Help me get to my goal of $100 per episode on Patreon (only $19 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM144: Evolving career goals and finding your personal creative rhythm - A conversation with composer Dale Trumbore

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TEM144: Evolving career goals and finding your personal creative rhythm - A conversation with composer Dale Trumbore

Dale Trumbore is a Los Angeles-based composer, author and teacher.

What You'll Learn:

  • The very narrow definition of success Dale had for herself (with a self-imposed age limit!) and why she adapted that definition over time
  • How she moved to LA but deviated from her original plan of becoming a film music composer
  • Why creating your ideal community doesn't necessarily involve where you live any more because you can create that community online if you look in the right places
  • Why the uneven income of an entrepreneur meant she had to get good with managing her money at an early age
  • The time of day Dale is most productive and why she advocates for everyone to find their own personal creative rhythm
  • How she analyzes her past career goals in order to inform her new ones
  • Tips to make a great website (which Dale feels quite strongly about!)
  • How to craft a personal and relevant email when asking someone for something
  • The importance of developing your own creative process and how that helps you to ride out the rough patches

Links:

1. Help me get to my goal of $75 per episode on Patreon (only $11 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

TEM143: Learning by Doing (TEM Short)

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TEM143: Learning by Doing (TEM Short)

Turns out you can't learn how to play by basketball by reading about how to play basketball.

Execute > Expect failure > Learn from it > Execute again

Links:

1. Help me get to my goal of $75 per episode on Patreon (only $11 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM142: Successfully launching a nationally acclaimed music institute before you can even legally drink: A conversation with Buddy Deshler

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TEM142: Successfully launching a nationally acclaimed music institute before you can even legally drink: A conversation with Buddy Deshler

The story behind how Buddy Deshler successfully launched the Fredericksburg Brass Institute at the age of 20 and the lessons he's learned along the way.

What You'll Learn:

  • The characteristics that led Buddy to not only have such big ideas but the followthrough to execute them as a 20-year-old
  • Why Buddy built his team based on the people on the team rather than on the specific mission (since that mission can and will change)
  • How the first iteration of FredBrass was a good idea but the wrong format and at the wrong time (and how they couldn't have figured that out until they tried and failed)
  • How the benefits of being young and naive help with networking fearlessly
  • How Buddy approached asking (and affording) big names for the first FredBrass when it obviously hadn't existed before
  • The failed attempt at FredBrass expansion in 2016 and what they learned from it
  • How Buddy developed his product, The Entrepreneurial Student, a presentation that he offers to universities and conservatories
  • The difference between networking and relationship building

Links:

1. Help me get to my goal of $75 per episode on Patreon (only $11 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

TEM141: How to deal with haters in just one sentence (TEM Short)

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TEM141: How to deal with haters in just one sentence (TEM Short)

Some wisdom from Elizabeth Gilbert on dealing with people who criticize your art.

Links:

1. Help me get to my goal of $50 per episode on Patreon (only $6 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM140: Outsource this at your own peril (TEM Short)

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TEM140: Outsource this at your own peril (TEM Short)

This is one thing that as an entrepreneur you shouldn't ever fully outsource.

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TEM139: Why You Should Almost Always Run from Traditional Record Deals - A Conversation with Ryan Kairalla

1. Help me get to my goal of $50 per episode on Patreon (only $6 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

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TEM139: Why You Should Almost Always Run from Traditional Record Deals - A Conversation with Ryan Kairalla

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TEM139: Why You Should Almost Always Run from Traditional Record Deals - A Conversation with Ryan Kairalla

Entertainment lawyer Ryan Kairalla explains why it is the most exciting time in history to be a creator of anything and offers some actionable legal advice that all artists need to hear!

What You'll Learn:

  • Some of the myths about copyright law
  • Why Ryan’s best clients are the ones who ask a lot of questions (and why you can’t ever truly outsource the legal stuff)
  • What inspired him to write his book, Break the Business
  • Why signing a record deal is frequently a really bad idea
  • The evil that is a '360 Deal'
  • Why the ability to be quick and nimble in a business sense is the true advantage of being an independent artist
  • Why Ryan advocates for building your own music empire
  • LLC’s: Should you form one and why or why not?
  • How to find the right lawyer for you
  • When you should and shouldn’t form a nonprofit

Links:

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed and links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

1. Help me get to my goal of $50 per episode on Patreon (only $6 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

TEM138: My Best Piece of Advice for a New Entrepreneur

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TEM138: My Best Piece of Advice for a New Entrepreneur

I recently was a guest on the Break the Business Podcast and was asked what advice I would give to a new entrepreneur. This was my answer.

Links:

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed and links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

1. Help me get to my goal of $50 per episode on Patreon (only $6 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz

TEM137: How "Overnight Success” David Taylor Was Named to the 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe List by Working 70-Hour Weeks for Years

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TEM137: How "Overnight Success” David Taylor Was Named to the 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe List by Working 70-Hour Weeks for Years

David Taylor is the CEO of Yorkshire Young Sinfonia and was recently named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list for 2018.

What You'll Learn:

  • The hilarious story of how David came to find out he was named to the  2018 Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list
  • The genesis behind the youth orchestra he founded, Yorkshire Young Sinfonia, and the many ways it is different than any other youth orchestra in the world
  • How it can be really hard to give up control of things as your business grows
  • Why today is the greatest time in history to create anything
  • David’s definition of branding and why it is so important for both organizations and individuals
  • Why David uses the term relationship building instead of networking
  • The Gary Vaynerchuk 51/49 Rule (and how he used this rule to get a local organization to give him enormous financial support)
  • How to craft a pitch email that will actually get read

Links:

Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed and links to all books and websites referenced can be found at:

http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

1. Help me get to my goal of $50 per episode on Patreon (only $8 to go!) by pledging as little as $1 per episode to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast.

2. My next iTunes goal is 100 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute to leave a rating and review on iTunes to help me get there. Thank you!

And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.

Produced by Andrew Hitz