Musician And CEO Of The Community Of Creators, Noah Berghammer, Is Giving Creatives A Space To Ignite Their Passions Together
Please introduce yourself, what you do, why you do it, and what you want people to know about you.
Hello! I am Noah Berghammer, Author, musician, and CEO of The Community of Creators. I am a creative mind through and through, channeling my creativity on a daily basis in many different pursuits.
Whether it’s writing a producing a new record, working on my next novel or manuscript, or brainstorming ideas for my company, I am always working, creatively. I do what I do because I don’t know how not to. I want to change the world with my art, and I want to give creatives all over, the ability to feel like a creative career is viable.
What qualities make you different and unique from everyone else in the industry?
As a company, we differ from the rest of the industry because we aren’t trying to take anything from our clients. We want to promote them, support them, and connect them with creative individuals who can help them in their careers.
We put our emphasis on creatives helping each other and being the proper middle man to help ignite that relationship while sharing our expertise along the way.
As for myself, I differ from all others in the industry because I’m truly a modern-day renaissance man. I try to have a hand in everything that I am interested in, and I do not take no for an answer. I am loose, yet confident.
Describe THAT moment when you realized you wanted to do what you do now. Who did you tell first? What has it been like since that moment?
It was immediate for me. As soon as I could be autonomous in my own body, I was playing the grand piano in my childhood home, going to drum lessons, and writing short stories in class when I should’ve been learning about dinosaurs.
I used to tell my whole family that I was going to be a star of some sort, I didn’t know what, but I was going to make it and that there was nothing that could stand in my way. I was stubborn back then.
I suppose I still am now because I’m doing everything I said I would. I have my first book being published this summer, I’ve massed over 60,000 streams on major music platforms, I’ve scored short films, and I started a company, all before the age of 22.
What has been the biggest challenge you’ve had to face and how did you overcome it?
I’ve faced many challenges in my life. Things haven’t always come easy to me, creatively or otherwise, but I always March on.
My biggest challenge was going through some really bad depression in my freshman year of college, where I wanted to end my own life, but instead, music and writing saved me. Instead of self-harm, I chose to deal with my feelings in a productive way. This is when I became a true artist in my eyes.
If you had to pick the TOP 3 people you’d want to meet that could take your career (or business) to the next level…who would those 3 people be?
Jon Bellion, Malcom Gladwell, Quint Studer.