Bree Noble is talented singer & songwriter who is passionate about sharing her story and helping others. She has overcome many obstacles in her life, and desires to inspire and help people achieve their goals of health, wealth, and independence.
In today’s interview, Bree shares how she had a life-changing moment after being hospitalized and decided to use her glaucoma condition as a strength and something that sets her apart, as opposed to treating it as a disability that she kept private. She also gives us some amazing tips on how to use Facebook advertising to grow her audience, and how she succeeded in monetizing her podcast.
Facebook is still a great place to find your people. Once you “get” them, and they are the perfect client for you, they will stay around. Facebook is really just a place to find those people because everyone is there. So I run a lot of Facebook ads just to get likes, to find people that would like the type of thing that I’m doing. Then I connect with them beyond that.
Once people “like” your page on Facebook, you need to engage with them right away. If you don’t they will no longer organically receive your posts in their feed. Also, you need to be consistent in your content. You need to be putting something out every day.
Facebook is a powerful tool, but it is not cheap.
Engage. Engage as much as you can with your dance and give them something of value.
Bree was hospitalized for awhile because of severe pain due to Crohn’s disease, and it seemed to her that she was never going to recover and leave the hospital. During this challenging time, she turned to God and asked about the purpose of her life. She had the realization that she needed to merge her vision impairment, glaucoma, with her music career. She felt that her purpose was to empower other musicians. She could show them that they could also overcome their obstacles (physical, emotional). I have heard this expressed several times, in different ways, “The obstacle is the way” and it is usually much easier to see this with others then in our own lives. We all need to ask ourselves, “What has been our greatest challenge or setback?” , and ask for guidance regarding turning it into our greatest strength, or victory.
“The E-Myth”, by Michael E. Gerber