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Host Bree Noble shares insights on how to create a sustainable career as a woman in the music business. This show includes two different episode formats, solo shows where Bree provides tips and tricks from her own knowledge and experience, and interviews with female musicians and industry pros. These interviews are inspirational and informational and help our audience get a different perspective on the business of music.
 
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I talk with artist Laura Mustard about her journey through health issues and how shoe is able to be vulnerable about her struggles with her audience. It was definitely a journey into sharing herself that took her time to embrace. Laura Mustard is an independent artist and songwriter living in Nashville, TN. Her music focuses on themes of self accep…
 
Today I turn 50! On this episode I'm reflecting on how all the choices, experiences, trials and triumphs have led to where I am today as a musician, a business owner, an educator and influencer and as a person. Join me for a retrospective and a look forward to another decade as a woman in music.
 
This podcast is taken from our monthly community event inside the Female Indie Musician Community where we focus on a theme and provide motivation and mindset tips. This month's theme is self promotion. Beth & Cayla discuss how to overcome fear, imposter syndrome, perfectionism, procrastination and limiting beliefs that keep you from getting your m…
 
Streaming isn't just about getting on playlists anymore. Mike Warner, author of Work Hard Playlist Hard uncovers a multitude of different ways to increase your income from streaming platforms.
 
How do you know if you're "ready" to book gigs, release a course, take a job or invest in your music career? In this solo episode, Bree talks about why waiting until you're absolutely sure you're ready will cause you to miss opportunities. afr5CJYxUI6YWCcSnwK8
 
In this episode we talk about everything from dealing with stage fright, how to recover when everything goes wrong on stage, how to think about your relationship with the audience and how to feel worthy of being paid what your worth.
 
A "Superstar Brand" is not about being a larger-than-life Rockstar. It's about knowing exactly what makes you unique and how to amply those things in a way that your audience connects with you. Your music alone is not enough to make people care enough to follow up, promote you and invest in your career.…
 
This episode might be a bit uncomfortable for some of you. But I want you to succeed and realize your dreams in your music career so I'm being a little blunt in this episode. I talk about the 3 signs that you're truly committed and not just paying lip service to wanting a music career. I know this episode will be both inspiring and convicting.…
 
Do you have big plans and dreams but find that something always gets in the way? Do you find that fear of failure and lack of confidence tend to sabotage your progress? Improving your follow through comes down to an equal mix of time-management strategy and overcoming the mindset blocks that can keep even the most well-intentioned musicians from do…
 
Oftentimes artists think they need a manager, but they're not really at the stage yet where a manager would benefit them. Usually they're overwhelmed and what they need is an outside opinion from someone who is knowledgeable and experienced to give them perspective and help them know what to focus on. That's the role of a mentor.…
 
This awesome panel discussion with 3 prolific writers and members of my 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 writing habits.
 
On this episode I'm talking about the one thing that happened in my music career that changed everything. And it's not going viral, making a famous connection or getting access to an industry guru .It's not something out of reach for any of you. In fact I've been working for the last several years to give access to this to other female musicians.…
 
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 30%.
 
Breana Marin discusses how she got into licensing beats and arrangements online and how that not only allows her to make money doing something she loves from home but it also has boosted her profile and streaming numbers as an artist.
 
I know many listeners are struggling with health issues, especially now. You may think this means you can't have a career in music. I am here to tell you that isn't true. I did it and so can you. It just may look a little different than you imagined. I'm giving you some practical tips from my own experience on how to navigate it successfully.…
 
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