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The Entrepreneurial Musician with Andrew Hitz will help you make more money in the music business. Andrew brings his experience of performing in almost 40 countries over the last two decades to conversations with the most successful musical entrepreneurs in the world to provide actionable advice for anyone trying to succeed in today's ever-changing music industry.

Latest Episodes

TEM205: Recalibrating your defintion of success (TEM Short)

TEM205: Recalibrating your defintion of success (TEM Short) The importance of regularly making time to recalibrate your own personal definition of success for yourself. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: A reminder that we shouldn't outsource our own definition of success The importance of making the time to recalibrate that definition from time to time The value of getting an outside voice to help us get the "30,000 foot view" of ourselves and our career Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Want to access exclusive bonus coverage while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

6 MIN2 d ago
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TEM205: Recalibrating your defintion of success (TEM Short)

TEM204: Why you're probably not charging enough

TEM204: Why you're probably not charging enough The two reasons why you're probably not charging enough. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: Valuing your own time enough when considering pricing The story that pricing tells our customers and potential customers If no one thinks you are too expensive, you aren't charging enough Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

15 MIN1 w ago
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TEM204: Why you're probably not charging enough

TEM203: The old ceiling is the new floor

TEM203: The old ceiling is the new floor What used to be good enough to succeed in music in now simply the cost of admission. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: Why incredible technique doesn't equate to success nearly as much as it used to Insights from a concert presenter Why we need to recalibrate our efforts to improve at our craft in order to maximize our traction in today's music business Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

12 MINJAN 23
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TEM203: The old ceiling is the new floor

TEM202: Bandsintown CEO Fabrice Sergent on connecting artists to fans and the value of learning from others

TEM202: Bandsintown CEO Fabrice Sergent on connecting artists to fans and the value of learning from others Fabrice Sergent is the CEO and cofounder of Bandsintown. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: The rebranding of Bandsintown for Artists and the features available to artists for free Bandsintown as a discovery engine and why that's so important for both artists and fans The importance of network effect in a platform when looking to scale something The value of learning from others and being curious Utilizing tools that help artists automate things like updating tour dates across multiple platforms Links: Bandsintown for Artists Bandsintown Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

27 MINJAN 10
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TEM202: Bandsintown CEO Fabrice Sergent on connecting artists to fans and the value of learning from others

TEM201: Simply get going (TEM Short)

TEM201: Simply get going (TEM Short) This TEM Short is a call to action for 2020 inspired by a quote from Angela Beeching. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: A quote from Angela Beeching that has me fired up A call to action for 2020 Links: TEM200: Angela Beeching Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

7 MIN2019 DEC 30
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TEM201: Simply get going (TEM Short)

TEM200: Angela Beeching on claiming your artistry and getting over the fear of asking for help

TEM200: Angela Beeching on claiming your artistry and getting over the fear of asking for help Angela Beeching is the author of Beyond Talent and a music business coach and consultant. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: Scarcity thinking and the constant urge to prove ourselves The value in spending money to get a music business coach A specific process that enables you to write a bio that truly resonates with people Why sharing your art is actually caring about the people meant to encounter that art You're never ready - just take the first step Productivity Planner journal that Angela is now addicted to The fear of asking for help Remembering that you are part of a much larger community Links: Angela's book Beyond Talent (Brand new third edition) Simon Sinek: How great leaders start with why Angela's amazing blog Her blog post about not opening her Productivity Planner for 200 days Basecamp Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

40 MIN2019 DEC 17
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TEM200: Angela Beeching on claiming your artistry and getting over the fear of asking for help

TEM199: Thank you

TEM199: Thank you A heartfelt thank you and a look back on the last 100 episodes of TEM. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: A huge thank you to everyone who has supported the show in any way and enabled me to get to 200 episodes Lessons learned from a handful of conversations that have occurred since TEM100 The cost of not being yourself Using thoroughly researched methods Finding your own personal creative rhythm Giving yourself permission to pursue the passions in your life that you've been putting off The importance of getting the right message to the right audience in as clean and concise manner as possible Should you pivot, persevere, or punt? Links: TEM100: A thought about each interview from the first 100 episodes of TEM TEM122: Chrysanthe Tan TEM126: Cathy Heller TEM101: Noa Kageyama TEM144: Dale Trumbore TEM118: Rob Knopper TEM171: John Mlynczak TEM147: Lance LaDuke Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

30 MIN2019 DEC 4
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TEM199: Thank you

TEM198: 40,000 songs a day (TEM Short)

TEM198: 40,000 songs a day (TEM Short) Some quick thoughts on a stunning statistic. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: The insane statistic that Ari Herstand shared in TEM197 What this statistic means for all of us Once we make amazing the work is not done A quote from the future! Links: TEM197: Ari Herstand Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

5 MIN2019 NOV 27
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TEM198: 40,000 songs a day (TEM Short)

TEM197: The democratization of the new music business and polite persistence - A conversation with Ari Herstand

ETEM197: The democratization of the new music business and polite persistence - A conversation with Ari Herstand Ari Herstand is a musician in Los Angeles and the author of How to Make It in the New Music Business. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: The swell of "middle class" musicians in the new music business Vulfpeck has no label and no manager and yet just sold out Madison Square Garden The old music business had one way to succeed - the new music business has 100 ways you can make a career happen The most important thing any musician can do according to Ari Why you can't have a Plan B The democratization of the music business and the ability of any artist to reach an audience without being granted permission first by a gatekeeper Polite persistence Ari's very specific advice on writing a great pitch email Links: Ari's book How to Make It in the New Music Business Ari's Take Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

36 MIN2019 NOV 24
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TEM197: The democratization of the new music business and polite persistence - A conversation with Ari Herstand

TEM196: Why Starbucks isn't overpriced

TEM196: Why Starbucks isn't overpriced Why I don't think Starbucks is overpriced even though I'm not a fan of their coffee. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: How Starbucks sells more than just coffee Why artists must think about the entire experience we are offering rather than just the art in a vacuum A reminder that not everyone will sign up for the experience you are offering What we as artists can learn from a world-class restaurant Links: TEM Extra: Episode 10 - A bonus episode with Mark G. Meadows discussing the vital need to outsource aspects of your business, the advice he would give to his college-aged self if he could go back in time, and the importance of creating a network early because you will need people along the way Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

16 MIN2019 NOV 16
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TEM196: Why Starbucks isn't overpriced

Latest Episodes

TEM205: Recalibrating your defintion of success (TEM Short)

TEM205: Recalibrating your defintion of success (TEM Short) The importance of regularly making time to recalibrate your own personal definition of success for yourself. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: A reminder that we shouldn't outsource our own definition of success The importance of making the time to recalibrate that definition from time to time The value of getting an outside voice to help us get the "30,000 foot view" of ourselves and our career Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Want to access exclusive bonus coverage while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

6 MIN2 d ago
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TEM205: Recalibrating your defintion of success (TEM Short)

TEM204: Why you're probably not charging enough

TEM204: Why you're probably not charging enough The two reasons why you're probably not charging enough. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: Valuing your own time enough when considering pricing The story that pricing tells our customers and potential customers If no one thinks you are too expensive, you aren't charging enough Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

15 MIN1 w ago
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TEM204: Why you're probably not charging enough

TEM203: The old ceiling is the new floor

TEM203: The old ceiling is the new floor What used to be good enough to succeed in music in now simply the cost of admission. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: Why incredible technique doesn't equate to success nearly as much as it used to Insights from a concert presenter Why we need to recalibrate our efforts to improve at our craft in order to maximize our traction in today's music business Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

12 MINJAN 23
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TEM203: The old ceiling is the new floor

TEM202: Bandsintown CEO Fabrice Sergent on connecting artists to fans and the value of learning from others

TEM202: Bandsintown CEO Fabrice Sergent on connecting artists to fans and the value of learning from others Fabrice Sergent is the CEO and cofounder of Bandsintown. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: The rebranding of Bandsintown for Artists and the features available to artists for free Bandsintown as a discovery engine and why that's so important for both artists and fans The importance of network effect in a platform when looking to scale something The value of learning from others and being curious Utilizing tools that help artists automate things like updating tour dates across multiple platforms Links: Bandsintown for Artists Bandsintown Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

27 MINJAN 10
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TEM202: Bandsintown CEO Fabrice Sergent on connecting artists to fans and the value of learning from others

TEM201: Simply get going (TEM Short)

TEM201: Simply get going (TEM Short) This TEM Short is a call to action for 2020 inspired by a quote from Angela Beeching. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: A quote from Angela Beeching that has me fired up A call to action for 2020 Links: TEM200: Angela Beeching Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

7 MIN2019 DEC 30
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TEM201: Simply get going (TEM Short)

TEM200: Angela Beeching on claiming your artistry and getting over the fear of asking for help

TEM200: Angela Beeching on claiming your artistry and getting over the fear of asking for help Angela Beeching is the author of Beyond Talent and a music business coach and consultant. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: Scarcity thinking and the constant urge to prove ourselves The value in spending money to get a music business coach A specific process that enables you to write a bio that truly resonates with people Why sharing your art is actually caring about the people meant to encounter that art You're never ready - just take the first step Productivity Planner journal that Angela is now addicted to The fear of asking for help Remembering that you are part of a much larger community Links: Angela's book Beyond Talent (Brand new third edition) Simon Sinek: How great leaders start with why Angela's amazing blog Her blog post about not opening her Productivity Planner for 200 days Basecamp Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

40 MIN2019 DEC 17
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TEM200: Angela Beeching on claiming your artistry and getting over the fear of asking for help

TEM199: Thank you

TEM199: Thank you A heartfelt thank you and a look back on the last 100 episodes of TEM. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: A huge thank you to everyone who has supported the show in any way and enabled me to get to 200 episodes Lessons learned from a handful of conversations that have occurred since TEM100 The cost of not being yourself Using thoroughly researched methods Finding your own personal creative rhythm Giving yourself permission to pursue the passions in your life that you've been putting off The importance of getting the right message to the right audience in as clean and concise manner as possible Should you pivot, persevere, or punt? Links: TEM100: A thought about each interview from the first 100 episodes of TEM TEM122: Chrysanthe Tan TEM126: Cathy Heller TEM101: Noa Kageyama TEM144: Dale Trumbore TEM118: Rob Knopper TEM171: John Mlynczak TEM147: Lance LaDuke Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

30 MIN2019 DEC 4
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TEM199: Thank you

TEM198: 40,000 songs a day (TEM Short)

TEM198: 40,000 songs a day (TEM Short) Some quick thoughts on a stunning statistic. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: The insane statistic that Ari Herstand shared in TEM197 What this statistic means for all of us Once we make amazing the work is not done A quote from the future! Links: TEM197: Ari Herstand Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

5 MIN2019 NOV 27
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TEM198: 40,000 songs a day (TEM Short)

TEM197: The democratization of the new music business and polite persistence - A conversation with Ari Herstand

ETEM197: The democratization of the new music business and polite persistence - A conversation with Ari Herstand Ari Herstand is a musician in Los Angeles and the author of How to Make It in the New Music Business. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: The swell of "middle class" musicians in the new music business Vulfpeck has no label and no manager and yet just sold out Madison Square Garden The old music business had one way to succeed - the new music business has 100 ways you can make a career happen The most important thing any musician can do according to Ari Why you can't have a Plan B The democratization of the music business and the ability of any artist to reach an audience without being granted permission first by a gatekeeper Polite persistence Ari's very specific advice on writing a great pitch email Links: Ari's book How to Make It in the New Music Business Ari's Take Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

36 MIN2019 NOV 24
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TEM197: The democratization of the new music business and polite persistence - A conversation with Ari Herstand

TEM196: Why Starbucks isn't overpriced

TEM196: Why Starbucks isn't overpriced Why I don't think Starbucks is overpriced even though I'm not a fan of their coffee. On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician: How Starbucks sells more than just coffee Why artists must think about the entire experience we are offering rather than just the art in a vacuum A reminder that not everyone will sign up for the experience you are offering What we as artists can learn from a world-class restaurant Links: TEM Extra: Episode 10 - A bonus episode with Mark G. Meadows discussing the vital need to outsource aspects of your business, the advice he would give to his college-aged self if he could go back in time, and the importance of creating a network early because you will need people along the way Want to help the show? Here's a couple of ways you can do that! 1. Hear an extra TEM episode every single week while helping me get to my next goal of $100 per episode on Patreon by becoming a patron today:https://www.patreon.com/tempodcast 2. My next Apple Podcasts goal is 150 ratings and 75 reviews. Take just a minute toleave a rating and review on Apple Podcaststo help me get there. Thank you! And finally, a huge thank you toParker Mouthpiecesfor providing the hosting for TEM. Produced by Andrew Hitz Show notes for all episodes of TEM including topics discussed, links to all books and websites referencedcan be found at: http://www.andrewhitz.com/shownotes

16 MIN2019 NOV 16
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TEM196: Why Starbucks isn't overpriced
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