Some examples of laziness around the studio:
-Vocalists that haven’t memorized their lyrics or practiced their vocal parts
-Guitarists that haven’t learned their guitar parts before coming into the studio
-Drummers that haven’t practiced enough and it takes forever to get the song recorded
-Audio engineers that don’t complete their edits before moving on to mixing

How to overcome laziness

1. Realize when you are being lazy.

Take a step back, try to look at your situation from an outside perspective and realize you are being lazy.

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2. Avoid distractions.

Put your phone away when you are working or practicing.

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3. Create a plan of action.

List the steps you need to take to complete a project and check them off as you complete them. Make sure these steps are manageable.

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4. Stay positive

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5. Don’t expect perfection.

If you expect perfection you are setting yourself up for failure.

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6. Ask for help.

Call a friend and ask for help or pay somebody to complete the task for you.

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