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Procrastinating is just a creative way to sabotage your music career

Is there a next step that you really need to take with your music career, but you keep procrastinating and putting your dream on hold because things are not perfect yet?

Here’s something I’ve learned that completely transformed my music career when I finally got it: Done is better than perfect, because when people wait for perfect, nothing gets done.

From one music artist to another, I totally relate to wanting your work to be perfect before you get it out there. After all, the music industry feeds you that. But, here’s what I REALLY think happens with musicians… Waiting for things to be perfect before you move forward is a way of hiding behind fears of rejection.

Put simply, procrastination is an excuse for not taking control of your music career. Then, years down the road, you look back and your heart sinks because your dream collected dust on the shelf labeled "someday." Don’t let this happen to you.

Are you ready to be in the minority? About 85% of the musicians I coach have been putting their dream on hold for years now. Whatever your next step is that you need to take, out of love, I’m calling you out and pushing you over the edge.

So many music artists became successful because they just took action when other, more talented artists were "waiting for the right time."

What is that next big step that you need to take? More importantly, ask yourself why you’re not taking it — and then DO something about it!

To support you, I’m here to nudge you to the edge. Sound scary? Ok, but how much is your dream REALLY worth to you?

BE the dream!

Tiamo De Vettori is a music success coach who has spoken to over 47,000 people around the world at colleges, universities, conferences, and seminars. He has been featured on FOX, CBS, NBC, and MSNBC, and was named L.A. Music Award’s "Singer/Songwriter of the Year." With a passion for empowering independent artists, Tiamo teaches musicians, singers, and songwriters about new and creative ways to make great full-time income with their musical gifts.

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3 thoughts on “Done is better than perfect for your music career

  1. Pingback: Finish Your Music Projects, Don't Wait For "Perfect" | Disc Makers Blog
  2. I agree with it, done is indeed better than being perfect! How can we achieve our dream if we never do anything? And we cannot expect our primary action to be perfect then! We should undergo failures and mistakes, but at least we’ve done something.

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