Do you have a passion for producing, recording, mixing, or mastering music? Do you want to quit your day job so you can focus on your studio full time? Most us are simply musicians who fell into this because of our passion for creating art in the form of better music, better mixes, and better recordings. Very few of us went to business school, have any sort of formal business training, or have experience running businesses in the past. Throughout The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast, Brian Hood and Chris Graham will help you learn what actually matters in this confusing world of business. Don't let the “business stuff” hold you back from running a successful home recording studio.
Is This The Final Episode Of The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast?
If you’ve been listening to The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast lately, you’ve probably heard that we’re about to make a major change.
Listen now to hear all the details about what’s happening to The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast and what you can expect from us in the future!
Stop Worrying About The Damn Tools And Focus On THIS Instead...
In 2000, the CEO of Netflix tried to convince Blockbuster to buy Netflix for $50 Million and they were laughed out of the room.
Now Netflix is worth $210 Billion and the last remaining Blockbuster store for $4/night on Airbnb.
The recording industry has made the same mistake as Blockbuster, and it’s the main reason so many studios have been shuttered in the past decade.
Listen now to learn more about staying on your toes and recognizing when you need to pivot to keep your business afloat!
The Top 6 Mistakes Freelancers Make When Trying To "Niche Down"
You always hear us preaching about “finding a niche to dominate”, but you just can’t seem to get traction anywhere.
Why do some people naturally find a niche while others are stuck in a perpetual state of being a generalist?
In this episode, we dig into 6 common mistakes that hold people back from dominating their niche.
Why "The Minimum Effective Dose" Is The Key To Getting Sh*t Done (Without Getting Overwhelmed)
“HUSTLE OR DIE”.
That’s the message you hear from so many business gurus.
Your to-do list seems to grow exponentially the more education you consume.
It can be overwhelming, exhausting, and ultimately send you down the path of burnout.
Instead of trying to do everything, you can simply focus on the minimum amount of work for that thing to be effective (i.e. no longer a bottleneck in your business).
When your brain makes this switch, everything in your business gets so much easier.
Having Your Best Year Ever, Despite The Worldwide Pandemic | With Jake Rye
In our latest poll, more than 65% of studios have seen their incomes decline due to the pandemic.
Instead of diving into the obvious reasons why studios are struggling, we thought it would be more beneficial to interview someone who’s having their best year ever.
How have they set themselves up for success in 2020 while other studios are struggling?
Listen now to learn how Jake has built his business from the ground up to not only survive, but thrive in this post-pandemic world.
The COVID Pep Talk: 6 Practical Steps To Take If You're Discouraged And Don't Know What To Do
This episode is for anyone feeling hopeless, aimless, and discouraged. Sometimes a simple pep talk from your friends and some practical steps can be all it takes to get yourself out of a funk.
Instead of feeling sorry for yourself and giving into the victim mentality, it’s time to step up and take charge of your life… despite the crazy shit going on in the world.
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This podcast has really opened my mind when it comes to running my production business. I have cut out the things that have slowed me down and have become more efficient and mature in my business.
If you are looking for help with running a production business, this is definitely a good podcast to dive into. These guys are legends!
Amazingly insightful information for business owners of all kinds, not just audio-related. These guys will go through a lot of topics to prepare you to run your business in this day and age of digital technology. Could not recommend it more. Binge-listened for months soon after finding it. A true gem.
The ideas, inspiration and actionable steps I’ve gleaned from devouring every episode of SFHS have been nothing short of life changing for me and my audio engineering career. The jokes are terrible, the advice is amazing.