D Grant Smith
Marketing, Networking, Relationship Building For Musicians
D Grant is "The Growth Farmer." The core philosophy of his work and teachings are that your mind and your heart are a garden and what you plant inside yourself is what you're going to produce with your life.
This principle also applies to your relationships (personal and professional). Smith is committed to helping you grow yourself, your relationships and your success, utilizing the seeds of LOVE to yield the harvest of your dreams.
His work, trainings, coaching, books and teachings all center around building strong relationships, empowerment, personal development, leadership, emotional intelligence and linking it all together so everyone wins. Which he extends to others by showing you how to do the same.
His latest book, Be Solid: How To Go Through Hell & Come Out Whole, is the foundation for his work in helping people overcome the trauma of heartbreak and deep-emotional wounds to transform into the best version of themselves. Get a detailed training into the application of this powerful book in his How To Heal Heartbreak To Become Your Best Self course here on Udemy!
Smith's specialties include his unique style of encouragement/empowerment (he calls himself The Empowerment Superhero) that brings the best out in others and helps them see their specific talents in powerful ways.
His coaching and trainings have impacted people from all over the world in different areas of influence from music and the creative industries, small business, entrepreneurs, speakers and teachers, business professionals and executives.
He spent 22 years in broadcast media and journalism including 16 years as the syndicated host of The Appetizer Radio Show and the DIY Artist Route Podcast.
When not coaching, teaching or writing, D Grant enjoys deep conversations about life, love, philosophy, and superheroes (big Batman, Superman, and Avenger movie fan).
He also writes poetry, short stories, and paints. And you might find him doing some kind of charity or nonprofit work in his community because giving and serving are great practices to foster more connection with people.