New Resource Guide on Music Entrepreneur HQ

New Resource Guide on Music Entrepreneur HQ
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“You did what!?”

“That’s right, I shared my income report online.”

“Everything you made, right there, for everyone to see?”

“Well, I did leave out any non-music related income, but yeah, if I made it in music, I shared all the nitty-gritty details.”

“You’re nuts, bro.”

This was kind of a bold move back in 2015, and I don’t think anyone in the music education space that was being that transparent back then. I don’t know anyone who’s been that transparent since.

But I took a chance and ended up getting a great response from musicians like you. I think some people even ended up following me because I was publishing monthly income reports.

On multiple occasions, people told me that they got a lot out of my reports. They started to figure out how they could monetize their music careers. And that was exciting for me, and for them!

In total, I published 10 monthly income reports between June 2015 and March 2016, so I thought, “why not freshen them up and make a handy resource guide out of them for my friends?”

Really, that’s what I thought. So, I got to work.

And today, you can access the resource guide at Music Entrepreneur HQ. I made it just for you.

Enjoy, and know that I’m always rooting for ya, champ!

P.S. Keep me in mind for your next book or course purchase, yeah?




Music is creative, fun and fulfilling. But it’s also one of the most challenging businesses to succeed in. This is publication, you will find everything you need to scale your individual mountain in the music business.

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