Why the MusicPreneur Business Will Fail

In my interview with John Lee Dumas of Entrepreneur on Fire, I tried a little reverse tactic with my questioning. I told him that I wanted this MusicPreneur business to fail and asked for guidance on how to go about ensuring it would not succeed. It was so successful in the interview, I decided to…

How to BEE a MusicPreneur

Thanks for visiting my little blog. I trust that you are here because you’re looking for something more than an entertaining read. This isn’t to say that I don’t want my writing to be entertaining. It’s just that the reason both of us are here – me writing and you reading – is because we want…

What Makes a Great Podcast Interview? It’s All in How You FRAME It.

I listen to a lot of podcasts. There are some that I listen to over and over; others I’ll listen to once and never again. The ones I listen to once, I rarely listen to the entire thing. And by rarely, I mean never. I’ve noticed some common traits in the ones that I like and…

Trust the Process

When I was a young trumpet player, I was in love with Wynton Marsalis. He was, and is, a master musician. Easily one of the best ever. I would listen to his albums, especially the classical ones, and was in awe of his playing. It was so fast, yet you could make out every single note.…

Expand Your Comfort Zone

You never know how a podcast is going to affect your career. This past week, it affected it in a very real and practical way. I interviewed a fellow by the name of Paul Baron for the Trumpet Dynamics podcast on Monday. During the interview, he was describing the differences between a lead and second trumpet…

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