It’s the 100th episode of the Finish More Music Podcast (🎉🎉🎉) and to be truthful, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what kind of episode would be fitting for such a milestone…
I’ve been thinking back to all the amazing episodes there’s been in the past, including those with some of the biggest names in electronic music, those that tell stories of amazing breakthroughs, and those that are simply just me and a microphone.
And it made me think back to the whole reason why I started this podcast…
To be able to share everything I’ve learned from my experience coaching thousands of music producers overcome their creative blocks, and release music on the labels they love, so more people can do it too.
And that’s why this week I’m keeping things simple, rounding up some of the most valuable advice I can possibly give.
Because there’s a wealth of information online that can be incredible resources for developing and growing as a music producer, but for so many people that very same information is just a black hole of wasted time…
Bottomless Youtube rabbit-holes, countless gear manuals and production books…
Whilst these resources *can* be brilliant for your learning, they are often simply the ILLUSION of being productive, and rarely inspire you to actually do the thing you need to improve.
So in this week’s podcast, I’m sharing 5 of my best strategies to turbocharge your learning, so that the valuable time you put into improving your music actually translates into genuine growth.
Curious to learn what they are?
Listen to the 100th episode of the Finish More Music Podcast now!
- Knowledge isn’t power until it’s applied.
- Use it or lose it – put your learning into practice or quickly forget it.
- Try explaining a concept in simple terms to somebody else to discover gaps in your knowledge.
- Make time to rest between learning to avoid information overload.
- Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work
- Knowledge isn’t power until it’s applied
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