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Songwriting Patience and Endurance

Tips & Resources by Brent Baxter, Pro Songwriter on November 22, 2017

Be patient in your pursuit of songwriting success.

It takes years of hard work to become a professional-level songwriter. It can also take years to develop the relationships that will open doors in the music business. So endurance is a major component of songwriting success. Being able to stick it out through the ups and downs, the rejections rejections and more rejections and just the time it takes to acquire world-class skill is, in itself, a world-class skill. Most people will quit before they get good enough or build enough relationships. But that doesn't have to be YOU. Your story can be different. You can be the one who sticks it out- the one who doesn't quit on the edge of success.

The antidote to quitting too soon is simple, but it isn't easy.

Keep working hard. Don't give up.

God bless,


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