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You won’t always feel motivated or inspired

Updated: Sep 28, 2021

CWhen I first got into music production, the first 6 months was a blast. I was so excited to make music every day—nothing was going to stop me.

After a while, I started getting writer’s block. Some days I couldn’t be bothered. The consistency dropped.

But after reading books like The War of Art and understanding that professionals work even when they don’t feel like it, I decided to produce every day regardless of whether I felt motivated.

And that’s when things started changing for me.

So, you won’t always want to produce music. Sometimes that means you need to take a break, but normally you just need to take action and start working on something. The inspiration usually follows.

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