How NOT To Fail in 2018

New Years Resolutions have a 92% fail rate.

In fact, in my experience, resolutions induce arbitrary waiting periods before getting stuff done.

EVERY time I have “resolved” to change something or do something new starting on January 1st, I was really just giving myself an excuse to take December off.

I decided many moons ago to stop delaying progress and start assessing and adjusting my actions as part of my DAILY routine. That way, any changes that need to be made will be applied immediately after being identified.

And now, instead of being a slave to the calendar, I am the master of my own destiny.

So how about, if instead of making a “New Years Resolution”, you set a specific and MEASURABLE goal for 2018? You know… something with a NUMBER.

Mine? Well, THANKS for asking!


I believe that EVERY musician deserves to feel inspired and appreciated.

The way I help them accomplish that is by teaching my entire fanmunity-building system through my online classroom. It works like a charm. And I can say proudly that 100% of the musicians who have participated fully in the process that I designed have connected with fans who inspire and appreciate them.

That’s why MY goal for 2018 is to enroll 52 new students into my “Musicpreneur Apprentice Program” and help them work towards THEIR goals.

There. I said it out lout. Now I’m committed 😉

And I’m SURE it will go better than that year I resolved to “live life to the fullest”.

If you’ve been around since last year you might notice that it’s the same goal that I had for 2017.

Even so, it is a more challenging goal this time around for 2 reasons:

1-Enrollment is currently closed. And I’m not going to reopen it until I finish revamping and updating it. So I’m not going to have a full 52 weeks to get there.

2-When we do reopen, the price will be $2,000, which is double what I charged in 2017 (don’t worry, it will STILL be worth EVERY penny). Which means it might be tougher to find the right musicians to fill those spots. OR it might actually be easier, according to some business teachings. Either way, it looks like I’m going to find out.

Regardless of whether you’re ready to come along with me and make your 2018 as awesome as I intend to make mine, I’m genuinely curious about the goals you’ve set for yourself.

Go ahead and respond to tell me all about your SPECIFIC & MEASURABLE goals for 2018.

I’ll look forward to reading them when I get back to the office in a few days. But in the meantime, I’ve got some piñatas to bust 😉