Hey, I’m David Andrew Wiebe.
My mission is to inspire creatives and creators.
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David Andrew Wiebe is the real deal, a master musician, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. Also one of the most knowledgeable people you’ll ever meet in the industry and has mentored me in launching my career as a composer, touring artist, and producer. His new book is the greatest book I’ve ever read on making it in offering insight and real applied knowledge on how to make it in today’s music industry.
David Andrew Wiebe is quite simply one of the best guitar players I’ve ever had the pleasure of sharing the stage with. Witnessing his improvisational skill first hand has been a particularly unparalleled joy for me, over the past decade. In the studio, forget ‘stumping’ him – I don’t think he’s ever felt slightly uncertain about what he wants to play on a track. But he’s also willing to try anything until it sounds right to you. My only worry about Dave is that, now that I’ve told you about him, it’s possible that he may become a bit too busy. David is excellent at playing to the song, improvising, and giving me exactly what I need in every situation.
The New Music Industry Podcast
My latest podcast has been going since 2016 and is up to over 200 episodes.
My mission is to give modern music makers the tools and mental models they need to create the life they love with their music.
The podcast is available everywhere, including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, iHeartRADIO, Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn, and more.
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My Daily Blog for Creatives & Creators
I write on entrepreneurship, self-improvement, productivity, creativity, and inspiration.
Life is all about finding meaning, isn’t it? We know that money doesn’t make us happy… Relationships are fun for a while, but they almost always come with challenges… And you can spend all your time pursuing dopamine rushes (i.e., traveling), but even that will cease...
You can’t just get started. You’ve got to stay started. And once you’ve gotten into the habit of staying started, what comes next is perseverance, because, inevitably, you will encounter adversity on the journey to achieving your goals. But as I’ve said so many times...
When it comes to writing, there’s a right way of doing things and a wrong way of doing things. Really? I’d like to challenge that notion. Because I’m starting to see more and more thinly veiled resentment disguised as constructive criticism on Medium, some of which...
I look forward to inspiring you. Really!