There is a reason for these low moments. We need inspiration. Inspiration is what causes us to go after the goal in the first place. Without inspiration you’re dead in the water.
Should you decide to enter the music industry in this digital age, you have to consider your options. Find a great online digital photography distribution agency, beef up your songs or albums, and put in the necessary hard work. Ultimately, you will sell music online in the process.
Once in a new surrounding with fresh scenes of inspiration be prepared to experiment and try new things. Use techniques you wouldn’t usually try and allow the ideas to flow freely. Linked to this is practise. Try something that appeals to you then keep practising until you start achieving what you had in mind. It’s the outside the box thinkers who come up with unique ideas because they aren’t afraid to experiment.
It is hard to be inspired by the sound of traffic or machinery or even DJ’s, even though they may play a role in your life, but give silence a chance to influence you sometimes too.
How do you get inspired? That is a great question. There are many ways to receive inspiration. One of the best ways that I am aware of is meditation, moving forward and listening. When you quiet the mind great ideas from a higher source come to you. When you move forward with your goals always listening and acting on those inspired ideas you receive more and more ideas. That is one of the biggest keys. If you receive inspiration but do not act on it, you will not continue to receive more inspiration. It’s kinda like pearls to the swine. If the person will not use the wisdom why keep giving it out. On the other hand if the person acts on every bit of inspiration no matter how small or big they will find their entire live being full of inspiration and every good thing will line up in their path.
Other times that idea seems to have come from nowhere. Somehow, some way it was submerged in the subconscious waiting for the just-right moment to surface. Who can explain that process?
One of the things I miss are good stations that are devoted to the true definition of the category or style. During the 90s there was a great Classic Rock station in L.A. They played all the standard songs, plus the great album cuts from the artists. As a music category progresses in definition, there’s less time to play those gems. This results in over repetition of the same couple of songs per artist and frankly, I’m getting tired of them. And while I’m getting tired of those songs, I’m forgetting some great music that used to be played on the radio. If this progressive redefining of music continues, could the day come when an oldies station doesn’t play anything from the 1960s? Could we begin losing great music from our history?