New Digital Product: How to Set Up Your Music Career Like a BusinessIf you’ve noticed that things on the blog and the podcast have been a little slow as of late, you’re about to find out why.

Just today, I launched my first ever digital product for The Music Entrepreneur!

I was chatting with Maveen (my mastermind buddy) earlier this week, when the idea of creating more digital products started to form. I just about jumped out of my skin, because though I’ve had the idea of releasing an e-book for a long time (and it’s still on its way), I suddenly realized that I could be packaging and marketing a lot more things.

I don’t know why I had such a big mental block around this, but I guess it could be because I’ve always wanted this online business thing to work, but never needed it to work. That balance is beginning to shift. In short, maybe I’ve been spread a little too thin up until now.

Having to move web hosts has forced me to focus on one thing at a time. I haven’t really even bothered to put up the rest of my sites yet. I’ve just been working on this one.

Believe it or not, I actually started working on the new digital product on Monday. It’s an audio file, not unlike the podcast, but with more forethought and better production value. The content is quite meaty!

You may wonder how I was able to put it together in such short order, but a good chunk of the outline was actually written on Monday, and I spent the better part of Tuesday recording it.

For less than the price of a coffee, you can now purchase my How to Set Up Your Music Like a Business digital download.

You can go here to take a look at the landing page, or you can go directly to Gumroad to purchase it.

Thanks for your ongoing support!

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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