Here are two more interesting emails I have got lately. I hope you find the emails and my thoughts useful…
Here are two more interesting emails/comments I got lately. I hope you find the emails and my thoughts useful…
Here is another of the weekly posts with 3 thoughts about guitar, music, and life, including tips on muscle memory, celebrating tiny wins, and more.
Getting a good routine where you can enjoy your guitar playing relaxed and happy is key, and maybe this story can help you find a way to develop a more positive approach to your practice time.
In the 1890s, a scientist called Pavlov decided to test out an interesting little theory on dogs.
He took the dogs’ food and wanted to see if their dinner would make them salivate.
Many of you may be looking for guitar practice tips on how to be more disciplined about picking up your guitar and playing. Us human beings certainly are creatures of habit.
We often take comfort in doing the same things each day and each week.
What do you do when you get a spare few minutes each day?
For example, when waiting for the kettle to boil, dinner to cook, or the husband/wife to finally stop faffing, etc.
Most people tend to check their phones or potter about but…
When you get a spare minute, I recommend you grab your guitar and play something. [Read more…]
In this new blog post, the very first of 2017, I’ll show you how a simple infographic (which, by the way, you can download for free at the bottom of the post) will help you transform your guitar playing to make it more fun, productive and much more inspirational – while helping you sky-rocket your levels of motivation on the guitar.