Disrupt online music education with Daniel Powers Jr. of Real Brave Audio.

Daniel Powers Jr.

Although there are countless online education systems, most rely on additional technology to power the learning experience. In contrast, the Real Brave Audio platform created a cohesive and holistic experience for students and teachers.

The pandemic has forever changed the way people learn. A recent estimate cites that the current number of homeschooled children now exceeds 8 million.¹ In addition to forcing many students to be homeschooled, the pandemic has also spurred the use of learning tools online for adults.

In fact, the global e-learning market is expected to reach a value of $325 billion by 2025, nearly doubling in value in a single decade.² What was born out of necessity also turns out beneficial, with studies showing that online learning increases learning retention rates by 25% to 60%, in stark contrast to traditional learning retention rates of just 8-10%.³

Enter Real Brave Audio founder Daniel Powers Jr., 20. Now it aims to revolutionize the way students learn online, taking a creative approach to centralizing the learning process.

In this insightful interview, Powers explains:

To stand out, its business model must be unique. Even in a crowded market, like music education, you have to find an opportunity to stand out and provide a better experience.

The road to riches is often paved with punches to the face. Innovators and disruptors don’t let that stop them, but rather push toward success.

The pandemic has forever changed the way we learn. For disruptors, this change can be rich with opportunities.

The unique platform designed for Real Brave Audio allows students to document their progress, providing a visible learning path. This helps create a unique experience that allows students to advance their own learning.

A key differentiator for Real Brave Audio was finding a way to centralize the learning process on one platform. Although there are countless online education systems, most rely on additional technology to power the learning experience. In contrast, the Real Brave Audio platform created a cohesive and holistic experience for students and teachers.

Reflecting his own journey into music, Powers wanted to design a space where students could learn through the process of recording their own practice. Often the most innovative ideas come from one’s own experience.

Disruption Interruption is the only podcast where you’ll hear from today’s biggest industry disruptors. Find out what motivated them to make changes and how they overcame opposition to adoption.

Interrupt Interrupt can be listened to via the Podbean app and is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

About Interrupt Interrupt:

Disruptions are happening on an unprecedented scale, affecting all sorts of industries – MedTech, Finance, IT, eCommerce, shipping and logistics, and more – and COVID has shifted their timelines by a full decade or more. But WHO are these troublemakers, and when did they say, “THIS IS IT! I GOT IT!”? It’s time to disrupt and interrupt with veteran comms disruptor Karla Jo “KJ” Helms.

KJ interviews tough guys who are disrupting their industries and changing antiquated economic networks with an establishment resistant to progress. She delves into uncovering the secrets of industry rebels and silent revolutionaries who are uncovering common — and not-so-common — traits that are changing our economic markets…and our lives. Visit the world’s leading trailblazers who persist towards success, despite the arrows in their backs at http://www.disruptionrupture.com.

About Karla Jo Helms:

Karla Jo Helms is the Chief Evangelist and Anti-PR(TM) Strategist for JOTO PR Disruptors(TM).

Karla Jo has learned first-hand just how ruthless business can be when millions of dollars are at stake – and how scrutiny of public opinion often determines whether one company is happily chosen or another abruptly rejected. As an alumnus of crisis management, Karla Jo has worked with litigators, private investigators and the media to help put goodwill companies back in the good graces of public opinion – Karla Jo operates on the ethic of doing it right the first time, not counting on a second chance and doing what it takes to excel. Helms speaks globally about PR, how the PR industry itself has gone astray, and how, in the right hands, companies can harness the power of anti-PR to boost markets and influence market perception.

About Daniel Powers Jr.:

Daniel Powers Jr. has spent the better part of the past 20 years inspiring, motivating and coaching thousands of students and hundreds of employees to further their education through his programs at Real Brave & After School Rocks. Since the onset of the pandemic, it has pivoted its online business model with Real Brave (powered by PracticePad), an all-in-one video conferencing suite, lesson planner and lesson tracking system.

1. Dentel, Dave. “Census data shows phenomenal growth of homeschooling.” April 1, 2021, HSLDA, hslda.org/post/census-data-shows-phenomenal-homeschool-growth/.

2. Chernev, Bobby. “29 Amazing Online Learning Statistics for 2022.” June 3, 2022, techjury.net/blog/elearning-statistics/#gref.

3. Todorov, Georgi. “Key facts and statistics about online learning 2022.” April 13, 2022, growmyway.com/online-learning-stats/.

Share the article on social networks or by e-mail:

Comments are closed.