TEM179: Discovering your own space and finding collaborators who are deeply commited - A conversation with Eunbi Kim
Eunbi Kim is a pianist, teacher and entrepreneur based in New York City.
On Today's Episode of The Entrepreneurial Musician:
How Angela Beeching changed her life by teaching her how to find her own space within the music business and the world
Eunbi's project Murakami Music and all that went into making it a reality
The importance of communication and contracts with people you collaborate with (and why the best time to discuss things like exit strategies is when everyone is getting along)
Her textbook email asking me about appearing on TEM
Bespoken, a music mentoring organization founded by Eunbi and Gina Izzo
The dangers of comparing your real self to someone else's social media self
The teacher she had in college who was so abusive that she became overcome with crippling self-doubt and how she came through the performance even stronger
Why ego-based fear is so damaging to artists
The power of affirming your own good intentions
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Produced by Drake Domingue
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