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The Startup Blueprint I Learned From Founders of $1 million+ Companies

In August –  October 2018, I attended Y-Combinator’s Startup School, a 10-week online course that taught startup founders how to take their companies from 0 to 1 million and beyond. Of course, 1 million means $1 million in sales.

The teachers in this course were other startup founders from top companies in their field, such as Mixpanel, Initialized, and more. Y-Combinator has taught startup founders from AirBnB, Stripe, Dropbox, Twitch, Reddit, and more. It’s been a pleasure to learn from them for my Dubata journey (it’s already paid major dividends).

Now you can have the videos…and learn what I’ve learned over the next 10 weeks!

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Dubata® is now an official training provider of NC Works

Dubata® is now an official training provider of NC Works, a one-stop online resource for job seekers and employers in North Carolina.

NC Works is a proud partner of the American Job Center Network, the North Carolina Association of Workforce development, and the North Carolina Department of Commerce.

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The end of Hitsheets, and the beginning of The Song Key™

Since 2007, when I became of the first (if not the first) saxophone players to post a top-10 cover on Youtube, my journey of creating sheet music for the top billboard songs was a wild one. Originally it was called VSax Sheets. Then in late 2015 I converted it into Hitsheets, the first subscription-type…

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In my own words: An explanation of why I created the Maroon 5 change petition.

If you’re reading this, you probably saw that I started a petition, asking Maroon 5 to pull out the 2019 Super Bowl halftime performance in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick.

You then likely googled my name and eventually landed here.

If you did that: Then what’s good! Glad you made it.

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Join Dubata: An Online Social Education and Jobs Platform

I’m excited to announce a new online platform I’ve been working on nonstop over the past 15 months. It’s called Dubata and it’s an online social education and jobs platform. Dubata’s mission is to be the top online spot for anyone to learn new skills, teach each other (by creating online courses), and connect with great paying jobs — essentially giving anyone a real opportunity to succeed, no mattter where the person came from.

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The Weekend I Jumped The Broom & Married My Wife … (w/ Personal Video Clips)

Due to one’s busy lifestyle, it’s rare to take some time to look and reflect back on important milestones & moments that lead you to where you are at today.  You always tell yourself “I’ll reflect on it tomorrow” but tomorrow leads to the next tomorrow, then the next week, next month…and next thing you know many months, maybe years pass by and you don’t have a moment to look back and appreciate all the big memories.

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Looking Back: Why I Retired Playing The Saxophone Last Year

Before I get started, let me just address the elephant(s) in the room:

  • I no longer go by “Mr. V-Sax”.
  • I no longer play the saxophone.
  • I no longer have a recording studio, meaning I no longer record, produce, mix artists songs.
  • I have no desire to go back to do any of the above mentioned.

I could just end my post with that, and it will be all good.  But if you wondering how did I get to this point, well, that itself is a story and a journey. One that requires me to “open up” and tell my story on how it was being the music man and all.