Most guitar students I know would love to be great at playing guitar but can’t find hours every single day to practice
Heck, there are many days where I can’t find even one hour to practice.
For a long time, I thought I just it was necessary to spend many hours per day playing guitar in order to see real improvements. It’s just something you had to do in order to learn guitar.
Turns out, that’s not the case at all. And in this email, I’m going to show you two steps you can take immediately to avoid this problem once and for all.
Step1: Practice for 15 minutes every day
The #1 key to becoming a good guitar player is to play regularly. What’s the easiest way to do that?
Play for 15 minutes each day. If you think about practice as being an hour or longer, then you will have to find that large amount of time.
The best way to get a regular routine of 15 mins a day is:
- Practice at the same time every day (after breakfast, after work) so it just your practice routine is ‘triggered’ by other events
- If you miss a day, then don’t stress about it. But make sure that the next day is a practice you do not miss.
- Limit your practice sessions to 15 minutes exactly. Then put the guitar down and stand up and walk around. Practice is over. If you want to come back and play more – then fine!
Step 2: Follow a structured learning path
The other key to becoming a good guitar player is following a structured learning path. Just finding random guitar tutorials on YouTube is fun but it won’t make you a much better guitar player in a short space of time.
You need to find a book or online course that you complete from start to finish.
The good news? You already have such a structured learning path – the 85 page ebook that I offer for free on the website – From Zero to Guitar Fingerpicker in 30 days.
Spending 15 minutes a day and working through this book will make a big difference.
Those two steps seem pretty small, right?
That’s what makes them so great. With just a small time investment, you can see your guitar playing jump leaps and bounds within the next 30 days..
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