[An open letter to songwriters who are also busy professionals and parents]

Once upon a time, you had, well… time.

Whenever you were inspired, you could sit down and write a song for as long as you wanted. Notepad on the table, coffee in hand, you stared out the window of a quiet house.

Today, your life is much different.

Kids tug at your sleeve, and your boss hounds you about deadlines. When you finally have a second to yourself, all you want to do is take a nap or watch Netflix. Meanwhile, your creativity gets suppressed, and you feel like a part of you is missing.

For years, you’ve been telling yourself tomorrow will be different.

It never is.

I’ve seen the struggle of songwriters who are busy professionals and parents, and I’ve found a solution because I’ve had to come up with it for myself as a father of four young boys.

That’s why, this year, I’ve created a course that teaches the exact framework I’ve been using for years to write songs and release albums, despite all of life’s seemingly endless demands.

It’s called The Songwriting Habit.

My hope is that it will set the stage for a new group of prolific songwriters who are also busy professionals and parents. Creative people who can finally thrive again as artists, enriching their own lives and the lives of others.

I’m inviting you to be a part of this group.

Join the waitlist to find out more about what’s in the course—and be the first to know when the offer goes live.

Stay tuned.


—Aaron Espe

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