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Avoiding Practice-itis in Songwriting

Updated: Dec 14, 2019

practice-itis - [prak-tis-eye-tis] n. excessive practice without measurable improvement


When you're trying to learn a new skill, everyone knows that practice makes perfect.

The more you practice, the better, right?

... or is it?

Practice is great when you know what to work on. But what if you don't?

What if you are guessing at the right things for you to practice, and instead of improving every day, you're just wasting time?

... or worse...

What if you're practicing the wrong things, or even wrong techniques?

You might even be getting worse instead of better, or developing bad habits that will hinder your progress in the long run.

Instead of not knowing, or just guessing, you can start using a principle based system of development that will work with any other principle based system you already use.

As Songpreneurs, you are songwriters and entrepreneurs.

That means you're working daily toward building a mastery skill set and a sustainable business using your songwriting.

Working in a principle based way means that you will gradually make incremental progress toward your goals until you eventually achieve them.

What once seemed impossible will come into view and eventually be achieved.

What if you're not using a principle based system?

Then you're going to be dependent on others for your success, and any progress you make will be unpredictable.

Why leave your success to chance?

Take control of your songwriting and music business career success path today, and never again wonder if you're doing the right things.

Get started today by ordering our workbooks, or apply to join our Songpreneurs Leadership Community online.

We're looking forward to working with you to build your songwriting career the right way in the new millennium of music business.

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