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Episode Info: In this episode C.J. interviews elite student Noe Venable, a mother of two living in the San Francisco area, who has experienced great results by faithfully following the course work in the Savvy Musician Academy (SMA). This is more than a plug for our courses. Noe has tirelessly wrestled through multiple challenges trying to dial in her audience and get results, and her breakthroughs have both inspired and taught other SMA students to try and achieve the same. In fact, Noe also applied her new skillset another small business she has, and that has also gone to the next level for her. If you are wondering how to figure out who your audience is and how to motivate yourself to take the next step with putting your music into the world and sustaining yourself by finding your super fans, this is the episode for you! Key Points From This Episode: Self-Determination Background on Noe Venable Finding super fans through culture Frequency of social media posting Sharing content that’s authentic and deep Protecting and tending to your fanbase Audience is digital capital Pushing past inner resistance Sticking to the principles Living the culture you portray Maximizing your potential Tweetables: “Success is about you. It’s about how much you determine that you are going to make this work no matter what.”  - @noevenable [0:04:20] “If we as musicians want to be successful at getting our work out there and making a sustainable life for ourselves as artists using these tools, we have to be culture makers, we have to be culture nurturers.”  - @noevenable [0:13:18] “It’s a joy that you do get to share community that it’s not just as you said chumming your fans with just drivel, social media drivel, but very deep conversations.” - @metalmotivation [0:17:57] “Tending a culture really requires a certain amount of fierceness when necessary. I have to be willing to be the tigress sometimes.”  - @noevenable [0:18:38] “True capital in the era of the digital age is an audience.” - @metalmotivation [0:27:48] “If you want to live in a way that lets you bring your deepest gifts to the world, you have to make it sustainable and money is a big part of what it takes to do that.”  - @noevenable [0:29:42] “I’ve learned from this course how to push past inner resistance.”  - @noevenable [0:33:19] “Scarcity, impoverishment, these are real mentalities that war and neutralize people.”  - @metalmotivation [0:35:50] “You know, the biggest, most valuable thing that I have learned over this last year is this, if people are not really responding, if you feel like you’re not being seen somehow, it’s because you haven’t made it visible.”  - @noevenable [0:37:23] “When we focus on the things that fascinate us, that’s when we start to be able to create content that’s fascinating to others. We have to be fascinated.” - @noevenable [0:40:34] “Your creativity doesn’t have a fear of rejection. Your creativity is not afraid of pe...
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