3 THOUGHTS FROM ME
1. Learn how to use your fears in your favor. If you let them, they can halt your creative work, get you anxious and afraid of trying new things. If you decide to use it in your favor, it can boost your motivation by making you work harder to ‘avoid that feared outcome’. It all depends on how you decide to view it.
2. The faster you fail, the quicker you’ll learn how to succeed. In other words, the more you try new genres, new melodies, new ideas, the faster you’ll discover the perfect one for your song. The way out of “Writer’s Block” may be trying more times and more diverse stuff, not halting your work, and waiting for creativity fairy to strike again. More on Writer’s block in this post.
3. If you don’t feel fear when trying/doing something, question yourself if it’s really worth it. The moment you don’t have stage fright is the moment you don’t really care about it anymore and you should question whether you should keep on going or not. If you have fear of failure, it only means you value the success that may come. It’s up to you to make it happen.
1 QUESTION FOR YOU
Has fear ever stopped you from doing something? For example, have you ever decided to avoid vocals because you didn’t know how to mix them or any similar situation? If so, how can you make it not happen again?
The more you avoid the dragon, the bigger it will become.