As an artist, there’s no better feeling than being inspired to write music that lights you up.
But as you may know all too well, inspiration rarely lasts forever.
And when it does suddenly disappear from us, we’re left in a place that NOBODY wants to be in…
The creative rut.
As painful as it is easy to fall into, getting stuck in a rut with no idea of how to get out is a challenge that all producers face at various points throughout their journey…
Unless you’ve got a strategy to defeat it.
So in this week’s podcast episode I’m sharing 5 of my favorite strategies that you can quickly implement to kickstart your creativity again whenever you’ve lost your muse, so you can get back to writing the music you love.
Apply them, and never fear the rut again. Ignore them, and get stuck in for the long haul.
Find how in this week’s episode of the Finish More Music podcast now!
- Work with others to inspire new ways of thinking and step outside your comfort zone.
- Have a pool of ideas you can return to whenever you need.
- Change your environment to freshen your mind and rest your ears.
- Experiment with new workflows to inspire new approaches to making music.
- Just do it – “sometimes you have to go on when you don’t feel like it,
and sometimes you’re doing good work when it feels like all you’re managing is to shovel sh*it from a sitting position”.
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- FMM100 – 5 Brain Hacks for Turbocharged Learning
- FMM097 – 5 Killer Strategies for Defeating Overwhelm
- FMM075 – Don’t Wait for Motivation… Create It
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I really appreciate you joining me and I hope you’re enjoying the topics and taking some real value into your music sessions.
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