If you could jump back in time and share one life lesson with your younger self what would it be?
If you’re like most people, chances are you’ve caught yourself saying “if only I’d known that years ago…”
And when it comes to music production there are some impactful lessons that have the potential to save you time, money, and frustration…
…while maximising on opportunities and massively accelerating your progress.
When I started out in music production I didn’t have a clue and yet there are countless people who have travelled that same path, who have the experience and who have the answers.
In today’s episode, the focus is on sharing those answers so that you don’t have to make the same mistakes that others before you made (myself included).
I asked members of my Finish More Music community what things they wish they had known when first starting out.
…What piece of advice was the difference that made the difference for them?
So if you’re not consistently finishing music and haven’t yet cracked the code, this is going to be dynamite for you!
- How to leapfrog years of frustration and overwhelm.
- “What you have is fleeting, Who you become is eternal”
- The answers you wished you had to accelerate your growth.
Liked this? Find the full episodes here:
- FMM170 Open Mic: YOUR Questions, MY Answers
- FMM166 – Messages to You From Future You
- FMM127 – When Adding New Gear to Your Studio IS the Right Thing to Do
Thank you for listening!
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