Bree Noble was an aspiring singer-songwriter who knew she needed a fallback plan. After moving to a new city, she worked for an opera company and toured in bands, but struggled to understand how to marry her knowledge of music and her business expertise into a satisfying, profitable career. 

Now, at Female Musician Academy, Bree helps other musicians build their music careers. She teaches her followers how to get fans, make money, sustain their craft, and do what they love. 

Today, Bree joins the podcast to talk about how she stumbled upon her unique, winning combination, the power of small wins, and why you don’t need a team to succeed on your terms – no matter what you learned in the corporate world.

Key Takeaways

  • How Bree created her first online platform to empower women building their music careers.
  • Why Bree wasn’t happy with her first online course – and how it naturally led her to embrace the membership site model. 
  • Why you need to have a framework in order to build an effective membership site.
  • The greatest unforeseen gift Bree has received through her membership site. 
  • Why solopreneurs often shut themselves down – and how to get past those feelings to build the business of your dreams.

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Memorable Quote

  • “A lot of times, musicians don’t even realize that they have a business. They’re just making music and they hope they make some money someday. So, I’m helping them learn how to market, act like a business, handle their finances, and just be confident like CEOs of their music career.” – Bree Noble
  • “It’s easy to get into a rut because oftentimes we’ll disregard something as not possible without actually taking it off the shelf. We’re trained to think, ‘Well, this is what I need. This is how things are done.’ It’s often most beneficial for us to untrain and unlearn so that we can be uncommon and unconventional. That sometimes is the path to the freedom to be able to pursue your calling and create something that hasn’t been created before.” – Bree Noble

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Shelli Varela
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When you reframe your inner story, you reframe what’s possible. This is the mantra of our host, Shelli Varela who achieved incredible success, blazing a trail to become a fire captain, author, TED speaker, and host of The Yes Effect on Entrepreneur's list of 48 Best Podcasts for Entrepreneurs. Today, she uses the same approach to show people how to magnetize their message to achieve their dreams, and discover how they can make a BIGGER impact.

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