Music On Your Own Terms
Music On Your Own Terms 081 “Michelle Rubio-Garcia - Beat The Clock Podcast - Breaking Through Fear”

Music On Your Own Terms 081 “Michelle Rubio-Garcia - Beat The Clock Podcast - Breaking Through Fear”

September 28, 2020

Music On Your Own Terms 081 - Michelle Rubio-Garcia - Beat The Clock Podcast - Breaking Through Fear

Please welcome to the podcast Michelle Rubio-Garcia, host of the Beat The Clock Podcast, High School English Teacher, and best selling author. We take a deep dive into the psychology of self-talk, creating a mindset of abundance instead of scarcity, and discuss various strategies to celebrate wins. Through this conversation, we learn about Michelle's upbringing, her journey into coaching dance and teaching, and what led her to pursue a PHD in communications after already graduation with an MA and a BA!

Michelle Rubio-Garcia on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/michellerubiogarcia/

Michelle Rubio-Garcia on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/m.rubioqt

Michelle Rubio-Garcia on the web - https://www.mrubiogarcia.com

Beat The Clock on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/beattheclockpodcast/

Beat The Clock on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/beattheclockpodcast

Topics discussed in this episode : William Hung | Death Clock | Office Space | Dave Swillum - Waking Up From Work | Kevin Kelly's 1000 True Fans | Tim Ferris | The Finisher's Journal

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Music On This Episode by The Five Ohs

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Music On Your Own Terms 078 “Hal Eisenberg - A Runaway, Wanted Dead Or Alive”

Music On Your Own Terms 078 “Hal Eisenberg - A Runaway, Wanted Dead Or Alive”

September 14, 2020

Music On Your Own Terms 078 - Hal Eisenberg - A Runaway, Wanted Dead Or Alive

Please welcome Hal Eisenberg to the podcast! Hal contributed drums to James Dand's Empowerment Songs project, including the track "Hero's Journey" that we heard in episode 76, as well as the track at the end of this interview. Not only is Hal a drummer, but we find out about his amazing work in the New York school system as a social worker, having helped hundreds of thousands of kids find their voice, and reach their full potential in the world. Hal talks about growing up, becoming homeless and falling into drugs and alcohol, then turning his life around to become a major force in the education system. We also hear about his near death experience with COVID, and now his battle with cancer, as well as a special message of encouragement from a well known New Jersey singer. This is an incredible chat, and I was extremely inspired after I talked with Hal, I hope you will experience the same insight and invigoration after listening to Hal speak!

Hal on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hal_eisenberg88/

Hal on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hal88

Windows Of Opportunity on the web - http://www.wooinc.org

Windows Of Opportunity on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/windowsofopportunity88/

Topics discussed in this episode : James Dand | The Passion Center | Kira Day | Stevie Wonder - Hotter Than July | The Four Seasons | The Beatles | Aerosmith | Led Zeppelin | Waking Up From Work | Jon Bon Jovi | Phil X | Hired Gun | Liberty DeVitto | Billy Joel | Neil Peart | Stewart Copeland | Tico Torres | Marco Minnemann | Bryan Beller | The Jelly Jam | Rod Morgenstein | Dream Theater | Bruce Vermett | Killbot Zero | Outlet

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Music On Your Own Terms 076 “The Inner Anthem Of James Dand (Slight Return)”

Music On Your Own Terms 076 “The Inner Anthem Of James Dand (Slight Return)”

August 31, 2020

Music On Your Own Terms 076 - The Inner Anthem Of James Dand (Slight Return)

Joining me on the podcast once again from episode 8 is none other than my good friend James Dand! We recorded this episode a little while ago, prior to the release of his triple album, which I'm happy to report was released a few days before this episode airs. James gives some really great insight into the making of the album, including working with over twenty contributors, the logistics of legal agreements and the sessions themselves. We also discuss James' release strategy, and dig into the royalty arrangements for various governing bodies around the world. Also, as an exclusive bonus, at the end of the episode, we hear the track "Heroes Journey" that not only I contributed guitar to, but also features Hal Eisenberg on drums, who I had the pleasure of talking to recently, and we will hear from in an upcoming episode!

To go along with the launch of his triple album, James has graciously created an ebook to help you set up and work through all aspects of creating and completing a collaborative project of your own. I also contributed to this resource and I think it contains a great deal of information that will be really useful for artists creating a project while working with various other creatives and business people.

To get your free copy of A Musician's Guide to Collaborative Projects, click here!

James Dand on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/j.dand.profile

Inner Anthem on the web - https://www.inneranthem.com

Topics discussed in this episode : Where's My Lemonade | Hal Eisenberg | ASCAP | BMI | SESAC | PRS for Music | PPL | Alan Hill

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Music On Your Own Terms 070 “Latoya Cooper “The Songstress” - Getting Out Of Your Elephant And Being Ready For Opportunity”

Music On Your Own Terms 070 “Latoya Cooper “The Songstress” - Getting Out Of Your Elephant And Being Ready For Opportunity”

August 3, 2020

Music On Your Own Terms 070 - Latoya Cooper "The Songstress" - Getting Out Of Your Elephant And Being Ready For Opportunity

Returning to the podcast is my good friend Latoya Cooper, who I met at the CD Baby conference in 2019 and we heard from back in episode 23! We find out what Latoya has been up to with both her music, Music Meets The Boardroom, and her new MMB Podcast. Part of this episode also doubles as an episode for that very podcast, where Latoya interviews me about this podcast, and my work with merch at The Skinny Armadillo. Latoya shares info about her work on an upcoming film soundtrack and the books she'll be releasing, along with some important information about trademarking.

 

Music Meets The Boardroom Podcast - https://anchor.fm/musicmeetstheboardroom

 

Latoya Cooper on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LatoyaCooperTheSongstress/

 

Latoya Cooper on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/latoya_cooper_the_songstress/

 

Latoya Cooper on the web - http://www.latoyacooper.com/

 

Music Meets The Boardroom on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MusicMeetsTheBoardroom/

 

Music Meets The Boardroom on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/music_meets_the_boardroom/

 

Music Meets The Boardroom on the web – https://www.musicmeetstheboardroom.com/

 

Topics discussed in this episode : Racism Linked To Environmental Issues | CD Baby Conference | Discovery Channel | The Plaster Casters | Podbean | David Dennis | Simon Tam | The Slants Sake Story | Fiverr

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Music On Your Own Terms 066 “Just The Tip 2 - How Should You Use Your Platform?”

Music On Your Own Terms 066 “Just The Tip 2 - How Should You Use Your Platform?”

July 17, 2020

Music On Your Own Terms 066 - Just The Tip 2 - How Should You Use Your Platform?

It's been a while since I released the first "Just The Tip" episode. If you recall, it's where I pose a question to the music community to find out what their perspective is on a particular topic. This time out I decided to find out what former guests thought about using their platform to voice various points of view to possibly influence fans' opinions.

The specific wording of what I asked was this:

We have often heard the opinion of bands such as U2 and Roger Waters, being too vocal about political and social issues, sometimes to the detriment of the music. That being said, in today's climate of social injustice and political upheaval, how important is it to you to use your platform as an artist/business owner/podcaster etc, to influence people's opinion on issues? Are you concerned about losing fans/customers on less important issues, and where do you draw the line in terms of which issues you are willing to risk your business over?

This episode features responses from Elise Besler, Amie Chatterley, Anais Azul, Caleb Coonrod, Scott "Scottocaster" Harnish, and finally my good friend Latoya Cooper, the Songstress.

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Music On Your Own Terms 052 “Anais Azul – Creating A New Normal”

Music On Your Own Terms 052 “Anais Azul – Creating A New Normal”

May 4, 2020

Music On Your Own Terms 052 - Anais Azul – Creating A New Normal

Anais Azul is a multi instrumentalist, singer and composer based in both California and Boston, that I met at last year's CD Baby DIY Musician conference. In this episode we talk about what brought Anais's family from their native Peru to the US, going to Boston University to study music and composition, and what projects and communities keep them bi-coastal. We hear about the musical projects that Anais is involved in as well as their solo music, and multifaceted performances that Anais's goal are to be as interactive as possible, with the intent of being collective healing/meditation events as much as they are musical performances. Finally we touch on the current COVID-19 situation, what Anais has done to pivot as a music teacher, and what listeners can do to shift their mindset to improve their positivity.

Anais on the web – https://anaisazul.com

Anais on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/anaisazulmusic/

Anais on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/anaisazul/

Music In This Episode by Anais Azul

Topics discussed in this episode : Weird Folk Fest | Dance Theatre Surreality | Petting Kazoo | Cathartic Conundrum | Meredith Monk | Rafael Natan

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Music On Your Own Terms 044 “Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative - Reprise”

Music On Your Own Terms 044 “Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative - Reprise”

March 23, 2020

Music On Your Own Terms 044 - Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative - Reprise

Returning to the podcast this episode is my good friend Johanna Hagarty of JPH Creative. We find out what Johanna has been up to since episode 31 in her economic development role in the local community, and about her recent move away from event production. The bulk of the discussion however, focuses on the current corona virus situation, what it means for the creative community, ways in which we can adapt in our businesses and be mindful of our mental health during these difficult times. We talk about ways in which you can "recession-proof" your business, and taking the time to learn skills to prepare yourself for the other side of the situation. We round out the discussion looking to the future, and hear a track from one of Johanna's musical clients!

Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/johanna.hagarty

Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/genuinelyjph/

Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative on the web – https://jphcreative.lpages.co

Music in this episode by Kathryn O'Shea

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Music On Your Own Terms 041 “Suzanne Paulinski/The Rockstar Advocate”

Music On Your Own Terms 041 “Suzanne Paulinski/The Rockstar Advocate”

March 2, 2020

Music On Your Own Terms 041 - Suzanne Paulinski/The Rockstar Advocate

For Episode 41 I talk to Suzanne Paulinski, a mindset coach that helps music-preneurs with the business side of their music and also helps them understand the importance of mental and physical health. Last summer at the CD Baby conference, I attended Suz's seminar about overcoming overwhelm and was inspired by the achievement of how she was able to build a successful business while only being able to work 2 hours a day due to her battle with Lymes Disease. Suz talks about her history in the music business, virtually burning out at a young age and how that has fueled her passion of bringing the importance of focus to her clients. We talk about the psychology of language and how it plays a vital role in our success, and also she talks about getting the word out to a wider audience with her podcast, the Music-preneur Mindset Podcast. Keep an ear out for Suz's dog Pepper that makes an appearance by snoring in the background!

The Rock/Star Advocate on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TheRockStarAdvocate/

The Rock/Star Advocate on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/rockstaradvo/

The Rock/Star Advocate on the web – https://therockstaradvocate.com

The Music-Preneur Mindset Podcast - https://therockstaradvocate.com/blog/

Music in this episode by Sub-Radio

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Music On Your Own Terms 033 “End Of Year Review/Goals”

Music On Your Own Terms 033 “End Of Year Review/Goals”

December 31, 2019

Music On Your Own Terms Episode 33 – End Of Year Review/Goals

For the last episode of the year, I review my stats, introduce myself and my background for new listeners, and I break down my goals for the coming year.

Thanks for listening!

Music in this episode by Killbot Zero

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Music On Your Own Terms 031 “Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative”

Music On Your Own Terms 031 “Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative”

December 24, 2019

Music On Your Own Terms Episode 31 - Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative

In one of the most lighthearted and fun, yet dichotomously deep and explorative interviews I have conducted, I talk to Johanna Hagarty of JPH Creative. She discusses her work as an artists' economic development consultant and coach; generating six figures in festival revenue that went to the local arts community in her home town of Asheville, North Carolina; her previous work as a mental health professional; living in New Zealand for 6 months; and a number of psychological explorations. Find out what drives her passion for supporting the arts, strategies for successfully pursuing a creative career, and how I managed to put my foot in my mouth and sound like a goober!

Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/johanna.hagarty

Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/genuinelyjph/

Johanna Hagarty/JPH Creative on the web - https://jphcreative.lpages.co

Music in this episode by Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band

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