Should You Have A Plan B?

Musicians sometimes feel there’s a catch-22 on this. They’re not sure if they should go all out on their career in music or if they should have a fallback plan — doing something in the background and helping them make... Read More

How To Make Money Producing Music From Home with Kris Bradley

I met Kris several years ago when I played her music on Women of Substance. Kris Bradley is a musician who learned how to produce her music from home out of necessity. Now she produces for others and makes a... Read More

Music Release Schedule And Strategy with Darryl Hurs of CD Baby & Indie Week

This episode was previously published on the Profitable Musician Show. We’re here today with Darryl Hurs who works with CD Baby and Indie Week and a ton of other places. He also consults with a lot of other companies. He... Read More

Overcoming Insecurities About Recording Or Releasing Music With Beth Matthew & Cayla Brooke

Beth Matthew and Cayla Brooke talk about “Motivation Mindset for Releasing Music”. If you have insecurities, fears, or doubts which surface when you’re releasing music, know that you are not alone and we can all relate to you in some... Read More

How To Write More Songs & Fuel Your Muse with Beth Matthew, Cayla Brooke, Carol Nicodemi & Michelle Shafer

This awesome panel discussion with 3 prolific songwriters and members of the Female Musician Academy will give you practical ideas on how to get inspired to write, write more often, try new things in your writing process and create lifelong... Read More

70% Perfect Is The Goal with Bree Noble

Today I’m talking about how perfectionism is slowing us down and keeping us from the important lessons we need to learn. 70% perfect is perfect and 100% perfect is failure because then you’re missing all the gold in that other... Read More

Let’s Get Productive with Beth Matthew & Cayla Brooke

In this episode, our Community Managers, Beth Matthew and Cayla Brooke, discuss productivity and being a musician. Some of the things they talk about seem common sense but it does not mean that they are necessarily common practice. Basic Practices... Read More