Effective Tips For Beginner And Intermediate Guitar Students To Boost Your Practicing Motivation And Enjoy Every Moment Of It
Does practicing guitar feel like very hard work? Do you dread practicing because it’s not fun?
You can have all the time in the world to practice but if you’re not motivated you will never practice enough.
Regular practice will give you the confidence to play with others. When you enjoy practicing you improve fast.
Do you want to make your practice time so much fun that you would WANT TO spend most of your free time doing it?
In the ebook below, I will show you exactly how to boost your guitar practicing motivation in 5 easy steps…
You will learn:
- How to frame your mindset before practicing through mental preparation.
- How to practice the right things in the correct order for quicker results.
- How to ask the right questions and turn problems into opportunities.
- How to make your practice sessions more fun – you’ll be looking forward to it every day.
Since I started learning guitar with Robert I went from being a complete beginner to an intermediate level of playing in a very short time.
The trick was focusing on my mindset as much as the actual guitar playing. And it works! Once you start thinking and feeling the right things while practicing, you just learn faster.
Ian Pace, Intermediate guitar player, Ghargur, Malta
Hi Iʼm Robert. I have been playing guitar for 25 years and teaching for 4.
I have been in bands for many years and love teaching others to play together. I focus on motivating my students because I believe that motivation is the key to guitar greatness. I help my students focus on specific goals, measure their progress and enjoy the process.
In this pdf I share my step-by-step process to help students get the excited about practicing every day.