Archive for January 2017

5: Intellectual Property is the Bastard Child of the Gatekeepers

Download “Doing Business Without Intellectual Property!” Download You’re probably going to disagree with what is said in this episode. In fact, it could very well make you angry. But, as Bob Dylan said, “The times, they are a changin’.” It’s an issue that I’ve wrestled with over the years and have finally come to…

4: Nate Maingard is a Modern Troubadour

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Nate Maingard is a storyteller, a nomad, and occasionally a “professional” musician when he’s impressing people wearing suits. Here’s a brief synopsis of our conversation. What is a “modern troubadour?” A troubadour is a term from the middle ages for a person who roamed the land telling stories and relating the story of human existence…

3: Job Security for Unemployable Musicians w/ Michael O’Neal

Job Security for the Unemployable Michael O’Neal is the host of the popular podcast, Solopreneur Hour: Job Security for the Unemployable and co-host of the Hines Ward Show. If you’re an NFL fan, yes, it’s that Hines Ward. He is also a professional drummer and still finds time in his busy schedule to be an active performer in the San Diego…

2: John Lee Dumas on How to Fail as a MusicPreneur

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John Lee Dumas is the host of EOFire, an award winning Podcast where he interviews today’s most successful Entrepreneurs 7-days a week. A former officer in the U.S. Army, John attempted careers in law, corporate finance and real estate before discovering his true passion as an entrepreneur in the online realm. Since launching EOFire in…

1: Aaron Bethune Tells About Creative Ways to Make Money in Music

Here’s a brief outline of this interview with Aaron. Aaron tells the story of turning back a mere 200 meters from the summit of the highest mountain in South America and how this is an allegory for defining success as a MusicPreneur. This decision to turn back led to Aaron saving the life of a fellow…

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