When you look at top producers in their studios, it’s easy to get envious of their seemingly unlimited time, energy and resources to commit to their craft.
And while there’s lots of reasons why some people succeed and some fall short, one thing is for sure…
We’ve all got the same 24 hours in a day – it’s what you do with them that counts.
Now you might be thinking that this only applies to people who already have the perfect setup, or don’t work full-time jobs, or don’t have distractions like family and relationships…
Well, it doesn’t.
Because I know hundreds of creatives that have to deal with life getting in the way like most people do, yet still manage to be incredibly prolific and reap the rewards for it.
So in this week’s podcast I’m revealing my 5 essential tips to optimise your time in the studio, so that when it is your time to create, you can go flat out towards your version of success.
You wouldn’t believe how much you can get done in just a short amount of time….
Tune in to this week’s episode to find out how.
- “Failure to prepare is preparing to fail.” – make a plan for every session before you start
- Avoid working on the details before it’s time to.
- Work out what time of day you’re most productive, then plan for it.
- With the right focus, you can achieve more in 15 minutes than you can in an hour
- “Failure to prepare is preparing to fail.”
- “We’ve all got the same 24 hours in our day, it’s what you do with those hours that counts.”
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- FMM096 – When the Long Road is the Shortest
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- FMM012 – All the Gear, No Idea
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