Today’s guest, D Grant Smith, has worked in radio for more than 20 years. In that time, he claims to have uncovered the reason why some musicians see their fan base’s grow, why some don’t, and what makes the difference.
In today’s episode, D Grant will show you how to turn any conversation into a unique opportunity to grow your audience.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- A simple change in the way you promote yourself that can dramatically improve your results
- How the law of attraction governs how fast your audience grows
- What it means to be “uncommon” and why it makes you unforgettable
- How to reach out to people and double your chances of getting a positive response
- The single skill that help you leave a greater impact
- How a simple “tweak” could get you more fans in two days than you’ve gotten in two years
- The surprising truth behind “mindset”—what it is and what it means
Useful links:Please CLICK HERE to read an import disclaimer first.
- How To Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie (get the book on amazon.com)
- Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker (get the book on amazon.com)
- dgrantsmith.com (visit D Grant’s official site)
- Appetizer Radio Show (check out D’s radio show)
- DIY Artist Growth Route (check out his podcast)
- The DIY Musician’s Radio Handbook (buy D’s book on amazon.com)
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