3 THOUGHTS FROM ME
1. When time is limited, schedule it in your calendar to work on your music. It may be ‘geeking about productivity’, but it just means that you care enough about music to make it a priority in your calendar. If time was like ‘units of importance’, your total amount per week would show how important music is to you.
2. A weekly goal of hours spent on music is an amazing thing to have. It doesn’t matter how long it is, as long as it is working with music and you commit to achieving this goal every week. Start with 1h per day, 2h if you can, then increase it. You’ll later notice that this habit of producing daily is what will make you grow A LOT!
3. If you have time to work, but distractions are getting in your way, consider working on your music early in the morning/late at night. The ‘productivity’ miracle of mornings, or nights, only happens because nobody interrupts you during these unconventional hours!
1 QUESTION FOR YOU
Think about your past two/three weeks and the proportion of time you spent producing. Based on this proportion, if you had an extra hour per day, how much of it would go to your music production? Now, is it really a priority for you?