3 ways to fit music in schedule

3 Ways to fit Music Production into your Busy Schedule

It seems that everyone today has one major thing in common. So many goals and so little time.. Especially when ‘life happens’ its easy to get discouraged from doing music. Family, friends and some people you don’t even know may say ‘why you doin music when you got all this other stuff to do?’… Next thing you know its been a few months and it seems like your music is stuck.

Also, with consistently developing new goals, fitting music into your daily schedule can be challenging. Between life, work and family, music can easily come last in line on our priority list.. Why?

The answer is simple – because it is fun!
It makes your heart sing and dance!
It is what you want to do every moment of every day!

Sounds crazy but its true – there is this inner critic that says if circumstances of finances, family life, and your job is bad, then you can’t enjoy music either… So let’s start there….

How to fit music production into your busy schedule:

1) Think about what you’re thinking about. If you’re in a bad mood, uninspired, bored, frustrated, 95% of the time you listened to someones negativity or got a hold of a bad thought. Thoughts are like a virus or medicine… which one do you want running around in your head?

2) Choose what is important in your life. Are you spending time on meaningless tasks or wasting time in front of the TV watching other people live their dreams? By eliminating meaningless tasks, you free up a clean slate of time that is fresh for music.

3) Schedule time for music and keep it. The only way to get anything done on a deadline is to schedule the appointment and keep it. This requires faith. If you don’t have faith, a music career is going to be a long and hard journey for you. When you commit to doing music you’ll find doors of creativity and opportunity will open up. Not only that you’ll finish the music your start! To create music daily requires you to be a self starter, highly motivated and passionate to go above and beyond when you are faced with obstacles. Remember, creating music isn’t ‘just creating music’. It is also learning the music business, marketing, taking photo shoots, developing your website and having relationships with your fans and clients.

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Great post and advice. Too many musicians do not set aside the time to do what thy really love. They may say that they would do anything for their music career, but it isn’t true if they can’t even set aside the time.