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If your material sucks, you haven’t got a hope in hell.
We’re very fond of telling you to improve your songwriting and performance so that your material doesn’t suck, but that all takes time – and where are you going to get more of that?
Unless you’re an established working songwriter, chances are good that songwriting is something you do in your spare time. Whether you’re doing it for fun, to complete an album or EP project, or you hope to win a Grammy one day, it’s important to establish a regular writing routine. But how can you do it in the midst of a day job, band, family responsibilities and walking the dog? In this post I’ll give you five strategies to help you block out distractions so you can effectively focus on following your dream.