#78: Michael O’Neal – Becoming the Solopreneur


What’s up Drumtrepreneurs! Welcome back to another episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast! This week we are chatting with the Solopreneur himself Michael O’ Neal! I have a been a literal super fan of Michael and his podcast “The Solopreneur Hour” for over 2 years now and it has really played a role in the messages that I have tried to develop for all of my drumtrepreneurs! I knew bringing Michael on would be a great opportunity to introduce him to my listeners and re-enforce all the fundamentals of what it means to be a true drumtrepreneur.

About our guest:

Michael O’Neal is the host of the Solopreneur hour and a serious driving force in the world of business podcasting. His podcast has reached over 9 million listeners and secured a top spot on the Itunes charts. With a jack of all trades background, Michael has really done it all… From becoming a professional racquetball player, leading with design as a creative director, and racing Porsche’s to touring the country as a professional drummer, coaching hundreds of students and teaching many how to podcast O’Neal has really done it all. His idea of becoming profitably unemployable should serve as a standard for drumtrepreneurs and a true long term goal for all of us.


That’s it for this episode of the Drummers I Like Podcast, tune in next week!

– Richard

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