Happy Mother’s Day!

Today I’d like to share this recent interview where I talk about my journey as a mother musician and entrepreneur. 

Thank you to Christopher Still, from Honesty Pill, for featuring me. 

Chris also created a super fun narrative to introduce the interview and I wanted to share it here with you. It makes a fun read!

*From Christopher Still*
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, hang on…?…it’s a pianist… …and not just any pianist, but an actual, bonafide, reality-altering-superhero, Dr. Fabiana Claure! <<insert your favorite hero music theme here>> ??‍♀️ Let’s take a look at her superhero comic book profile:
Superhero Profile Card ??‍♀️ POWERS
Superhuman Organizational Skills, Master Optimizer and Fundraiser, “Steinway Spidey” sense, Transformer of Careers, Mindset Script-Flipper, Champion of Women Composers, Connector of Musical Dots ??‍♀️ SIDE-KICK
The incredible and surprisingly accommodating “Touring Toddler” ? ? ??‍♀️ MOST RECENT APPEARANCE
The “Musician’s Profit Umbrella” Comic, Episode #42 (2020) ??‍♀️ ALLIES
Her “Epic League of Adoring Clients”, and the universally respected powerhouse, “The 6FME Avengers” ??‍♀️ ENEMIES
The infamous “Starving Artist” (a.k.a. “The Stereotype”), “The Imposter” (a.k.a. “The Syndrome”), and the elusive “Passive Income Myth” ??‍♀️ FACTS
You can claim your expertise
You can claim your authority
You do not have to wait to be given permission
OK. I’ll stop reliving my childhood comic book adventures. Let’s get serious.
Today’s interview is with Dr. Fabiana Claure, and you won’t want to miss hearing her describe what it’s like to:
-start a business
-become a mother
-run a school program remotely
-create a lecture recital series
and still have the mindset to shift the narrative and put herself in a position of empowerment and authority!
Ok…so, now that I see ALL of that written down, maybe she IS an actual comic book hero!
Bam! Pow! Zap!
Click below to watch the interview!

And when you do, I’d love to hear if you have ever struggled to balance motherhood and career projects.

Have you ever felt that your artistic side became dormant while working on other professional endeavors and taking care of your family?

Have you been wanting to create new income but don’t know how to turn your ideas into an actual business?

What takeaway from this interview can help you shift that into what you’d like to do for your career and for your life?

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this!

Click belowto watch the interview!