As music producers we put a lot of personal value in the music that we create, but should we let it define us?
This can be a dangerous game because when we do this, we get hurt by our own or someone else’s opinion of our music. This can then lead us to avoiding writing music because we don’t want to hurt ourselves any further.
I see this scenario holding back a lot of music producers when they pin their own personal values and self worth on the quality of their music.
So what can we do about it?
In this episode, I share with you how to overcome this limiting belief and my personal strategies to ensure that my music does not define who I am, enabling me to push forward and finish tracks on a regular basis
- “Would you tell your friend they suck if you don’t like one of their tracks? Then don’t do it to yourself!”
- Your music doesn’t define you.
- The importance of focusing on your deepest “Whys”
- Feelings are temporary, the thing that lights you up about your music is permanent.
- Episode 60 – Your inner voice is always with you so make it a supportive one
- Episode 30 – 30% More Energy For Your Music
- The Art of Remixing Ebook
- Finish More Music Waitlist
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