I am a master procrastinator. Whenever I block out time to write music, it's like cleaning the bathroom floor suddenly becomes URGENT.
I'm on my hands and knees, scrubbing the floor and thinking about the writing I'm not doing. And then I have to deal with that naggy little voice in the back of my head that whispers:
"You're no good, so why bother trying."
It's an old, familiar voice that's been around since piano lessons at the age of 9. And putting a songwriting structure in place that's juicy instead of demanding has made all the difference.
That's what I want to share with you on today's episode of "Songwriting Surgery: Deconstructing Your Terrible, Brilliant Creative Process."
After you watch, leave a comment on the video and share, in just a sentence or two:
What kind of routines do you have to keep yourself writing consistently?