[message]Sure, you’re great at CREATING your music . . . but how are you at telling the rest of the world about it?
Just released (and #3 on Amazon in its first week!) here’s a little somethin’ somethin’ I recently collaborated on, and that every musician needs.
Like it or not, we musicians are entrepreneurs. And there’s a lot of unsavory junk we deal with as entrepreneurs that often leads us to think, “This just SUCKS.” Writing an eBook? Sucks. Self-promotion? Sucks. Public speaking? Sucks.
Led by the brilliant minds behind Hungry Entrepreneurs, myself and a pile of incredible friends created a collaborative eBook that provides a gargantuan amount of mouth-watering value to all entrepreneurs hoping to shorten the learning curves of all those pesky, sucky things.
With 40 different contributing authors, Self-Promotion Sucks! tackles the tough topics that plague the entrepreneurial spirit. From crafting a plan of action to building a community around your brand, this eBook is a comprehensive guide to making self-promotion a whole helluva lot less painful.
For the redonkulously low price of only $4.99, you’ll:
- Prepare yourself and your brand for all the uncomfortable feelings that come along with peddling your wares
- Know when to take advice from others and what marketing noise to ignore
- Polish your messaging and your mission for getting the exposure and eyeballs you so deserve
- Promote your products and services without feeling like a sleazy used car salesman
- Gain insight into the nitty, gritty of the self-promotion process and how to make your plan sustainable
- Market and sell your genius live and in-person, without wanting to puke
- Create connections with your right audience, build your tribe, and collaborate with bigness
- Discover the inner workings of your entrepreneurial brain and what’s standing in your way
- Get the skinny on precisely how and where to share your story for maximum impact
- And more!
Start taking the “business” side of the music business seriously, and check this out!
(instant download, PDF file, 312 pages)