No matter how organised and self-disciplined you are, change is inevitable.
And, as a result, that will shake up your routine.
This episode is all about the inevitable breaks that from time to time we are forced to take away from our regular creative sessions.
Whether it’s an illness, life events, vacations, work, or perhaps you’ve simply fallen off the wagon and stopped writing music…
Nobody wants to come back from a break and struggle to get started with their music.
…and nobody wants the break from their creativity to take any longer than necessary.
And yet, I’ve noticed that so many people end up dragging it out when they do have the opportunity to get started with their music again.
And maybe this sounds familiar to you:
You struggle to get back into a rhythm and days turn into weeks turn into months and the resistance to get started keeps building more and more.
Really comes down to one factor. One reliable and repeatable first step.
In this episode we look at the number one way to quickly and efficiently get back to your music…
…and how you can implement it as soon as you’ve listen to this very episode.
- The reliable and repeatable first step to get back into a creative routine
- How to minimise resistance whenever life derails you from your music
- Why you can struggle to get back to your music after a break
Liked this? Find the full episodes here:
- FMM082 – Riigs: Your Creative Process Is Everything
- FMM046 – Don’t Procrastinate Your Life Away
- FMM030 – 30% More Energy For Your Music
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