Yep, that's a lot more than what most people have...i'm working for a small dance label, i can put ep out there, which is a huge priveledge to me.
You don't have to work like a machine pumping out music!
Finishing tracks is technical, not fun, boring, too much like work... Having to listen to your own tune over and over can really kill it!
I'm not often motivated to get a track to the point where it can be sent off for mastering because I know that the chance of it getting anywhere are near zero, regardless of how good it is. I have connections with producers, promoters and labels but I just can't be bothered to play the networking/ ass kissing game .
When I decided to get back into music making, the plan was to create a live act, ideally using only hardware. But, to get to play out I have to be able to show people examples of my work, so the need to finish tracks and put them out there isn't going away.
Then I remembered what it was like to do live sets: underpaid for the amount of effort required, and the risk to the equipment, having to deal with jealous DJs (who get paid just as much or more) and asshole promoters on coke, etc etc. Yeah I love doing this but I don't love it SO much... especially knowing that 90% of the audience doesn't care about how live a "live set" is!
So I just decided to stop worrying about any of that shit and just make the tunes that I want to make, and think about exposure later when I have more than a handful of nearly finished tracks.
I don't care for the modern-day disposable nature of dance music, the push for quantity over quality, the supposed need to be constantly posting on social media because the audience has very short attention span. They can fuck off!
Not being driven by ego needs is important for the soul and spirit, IMO, but probably won't make you famous!