Most of us have got an idea of where we want to go in life, and what we’d like to achieve with our music….
You might call it your Plan A.
Your True North that guides you towards your goals, or the path that you hope will lead you towards your version of success.
But what about Plan B?
“Keith, isn’t it sensible to have a back up plan just in case things go wrong?”
Well in this episode I’m debunking your Plan B, discussing exactly why having a backup plan is the safest way to not achieving your goals.
And I’ll be showing you how by doubling down on your Plan A, you’ve got so much to gain.
It all comes down to hedging your bets, to sitting on the fence, to not being fully committed to what you really want…
If your goals in music are truly important to you, then you must show unwavering belief in it.
Because if you do, you’ll reap the rewards for it.
Find out how in this week’s episode of the Finish More Music Podcast!
- “There’s no reason to have a plan B because it distracts from plan A.”
- Achieving any significant goal requires unwavering belief that you can hit that goal.
- A question opens a mind, a statement closes one.
- Plan for bumps in the road, but don’t plan to stop the journey if the bumps start appearing.
Liked this episode? Now try these:
- FMM094 – The Danger of Playing It Safe
- FMM090 – Why are you writing music anyway?
- FMM087 – The Curse of Overthinking
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