“How we spend our days is how we spend our lives”
It’s the last show of 2020, which means it’s the perfect time to look back and reflect as we approach the year to come.
And with the end of the year often comes New Year’s resolutions, where we decide what to leave behind, and what we’re going to be changing in our lives for the better.
But today we’re going to be talking about the seemingly small things that you’re doing all the time (not just in January) that turn out to be hugely significant for you in the long run, for better or worse…
…The kind of things that top creatives pay attention to every single day, whilst unsuccessful people let them slide, often failing to realize the long-term impact it’s having on their dreams and goals.
Essentially, consistency is king. Whether it’s doing the things that are serving you, or doing the things that are harming you, being consistent in your behaviour as an artist will determine whether you realise your vision or not.
This is a super powerful topic, and one that I’ve seen pass so many people by, so dive in with me for the final Finish More Music Podcast of the year to make sure that’s not you!
- Don’t wait for conditions to be perfect – start making the change you want to see now.
- Decide if you want to be someone who is dedicated or someone who lets the day slide.
- “How we spend our days is how we spend our lives”
- Realise that the small decisions you make everyday have a big impact on the rest of your life.
- “Successful people are just people with successful habits”
- “Failure is simply a few errors in judgment, practiced daily.”
Loved this episode? Now try these:
- FMM034 – Design Your Life Or Somebody else Will
- FMM045 – When you say music is your life but you don’t act like it.
- FMM084 – Justin Hancock: Create Smarter, Not Harder
- FMM086 – Tom Schippers: How just one thing can change everything
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