Are you telling me that practice is too hard, you aren’t having fun? Let me get this straight. You are saying that guitar practice is not fun and it’s hard work. Is that correct?
Make practice fun. As a result, your practice will be more effective. You will make faster progress without it feeling difficult.
“How do you do that?” you ask.
Avoid mindless practicing.
The mindless practice is playing the notes while your mind is elsewhere. In other words, you are going through the motions, but you won’t receive the advantage of the practice. It actually creates bad habits with few benefits for the time spent. Yes, you may be able to tell your teacher that you spent X amount of time practicing that exercise, but he/she will be able to tell that you engaged in “mindless” practice.
Strategically Designed Path.
Has your teacher strategically designed your practice time. Do you have a teacher or are you trying to teach yourself how to play? If you really want to learn how to play the guitar, to be a professional, you need a teacher to guide you down the right path. A guitar teacher will design a practice path that will lead you to your goal. Relying on self-teaching or trial and error usually does not help you reach your dream goal. A strategically designed guitar practice path makes learning easier and it’s fun, not boring.
Do you want to be the person that can’t wait to get home to your guitar practice? Make your practice time to be the most enjoyable part of your day. Click the link on the picture above to learn how to improve faster and love every step of the process.