#059: A Sneak Peek into the New eBook

In this episode of DAWCast: Music Entrepreneurship, I take a look into my upcoming eBook, and what you can expect to learn from it.

I also take a moment to let you know why I’ve been feeling down lately, and what I’m working through.

As a podcaster, I often try to avoid the negative, and make sure that my show is encouraging and uplifting, but I also think it’s important to be genuine and transparent, thus why I took a risk to let you know how I’ve been feeling.

In this episode, you will discover:

  • Why there aren’t a lot of things for me to look forward to on my schedule right now.
  • What my upcoming eBook is slated to be called.
  • How much more writing I have to do with the eBook.
  • Why I’m writing the guide I wish I had when I was first getting started in music.
  • How I came to understand how today’s music industry is structured.
  • Why it’s important to understand what the information age is.
  • Why I believe personal development is a relevant subject for musicians.
  • How you can manufacture great live performances every single time.
  • How you can supplement your income with music instruction.
  • Why musicians need to understand copywriting.

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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.

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