No matter what stage you’re at in your music production journey, there’s a classic trap that you can easily fall into…and that’s forcing it.
I’m sure you’d love to master every step of the production process yourself, or have a super recognizable and unique ‘sound’, or always get quick results in the studio…
But in reality, pushing for these sorts of things only leads to getting pushed BACK.
And the harder you push, the bigger the frustration that comes with it.
And the bigger the frustration, the slower your progress.
And the slower your progress…well, you get the idea.
So in this week’s podcast episode I’m taking you through four of the key ‘foreceable’ areas of the production process to watch out for, so that you can focus on what really matters…
Writing great music.
Find out what they are by listening to this week’s episode of the Finish More Music podcast now!
- Creativity by its very nature is the process of surrendering, not forcing.
- You’re cheating yourself by not embracing all of the resources available for you to allow your creativity to flow.
- “If you try and chase two rabbits, you will not catch either one.”
- When you stop rushing results, results rush to you.
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