In episode 34 of the David Andrew Wiebe Interviews and Music Business Podcast, David Andrew Wiebe and Anna Mae Alexander take a look back at year 2012. The bulk of the episode encompasses social media, Twitter, Facebook and multipotentialites.
- David references The Game of Work by Charles A. Coonradt (affiliate link)
- Anna references When the Body Says No: Understanding the Stress-Disease Connection by Gabor Maté (affiliate link)
- Anna references How to get your ideas to spread, Seth Godin
- David references God Wants You to Be Rich: How and Why Everyone Can Enjoy Material and Spiritual Wealth in Our Abundant World by Paul Zane Pilzer (affiliate link)
- Anna references We’re becoming a bit more Amish
- David references George Takei and Guy Kawasaki
- Anna references Puttylike: A Home for Multipotentialites
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- MUSIC: “Ecstatic”, David Andrew Wiebe © 2009
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#034: 2012 in Review Part 1 In Summary
It feels good to be back… And I assure you our absence has not been due to a lack of content. For example, you might have noticed that I was making monthly updates for 2012. Those don’t end in May; they go all the way to December.
Nope, it’s mostly been due to a change in focus and career in my life. It’s really been more of a shift in ratio: I used to do more music than online marketing, and I now do more online marketing than music. It’s been cool because I’ve had the opportunity to put a lot of accumulated knowledge about online marketing into practice (I work at TuneCity now in case you missed that).
Obviously it has also meant less time to work on projects that I want to (like this show, for example). However, when you make a point of fitting the big stuff in your schedule first, there’s always some time left for the little stuff. For example, I actually completed the first draft for my e-book last month.
Regardless, there are more great episodes coming.
Author: David Andrew Wiebe
David Andrew Wiebe has built an extensive career in songwriting, live performance, recording, session playing, production work, investing, and music instruction. In addition to helping musicians unlock their full potential, he also continues to maintain a touring schedule with multiple bands.