Here is another weekly 10-second tip.
Finish on a high!
Make sure the last thing you play before putting your guitar down is something you enjoy.
Do that and it will help you feel more positive about your playing – particularly if you sometimes find things tough.
Finishing on a high will probably make you more eager to pick it back up again the next day too.
I like to think of this as the equivalent of the warm, happy feeling of having a delicious dessert at the end of a meal.
As for what to play, it can be anything you can play well.
A minute or two of something fun will do – a riff, a melody, a song, or a jam.
Just make sure it is something that you really enjoy playing.
For many of you, this will mean fingerpicking and if you want help with this area of your playing, be sure to check out my book below…
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Have a great day of practice!
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