Have you ever been in that magical flow when you are writing music, where you’re completely in the zone and somehow it feels like your music is writing itself?
It’s an amazing state to be in!
But then suddenly you begin to feel overwhelmed at the task in hand.
Anxiety, stress, and frustration kick in and you end up spiraling down an endless cycle of procrastination to avoid confronting the task at hand
You search for Youtube tutorials, download sample packs and take on new bits of gear to solve your problem. But in the majority of cases, this just leads to more overwhelm and even more frustration.
I have been faced with this challenge many times before, so in this episode, I share with you some of my best techniques for quickly reducing overwhelm so you can get back your productivity and get back in your creative flow.
- Find a challenge that JUST exceeds your skillset
- Be realistic about where you are in your production journey
- Match your gear to your current skill level
- Get organised
- Get around the right people
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