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The One Simple Thing That Makes All The Difference

I'm going to share with you a secret that I wish I had known when I was a beginner guitar player! If I had known this before, it would've saved me a tremendous amount of time, frustration, and effort.

What Would I Have Done Differently?

It all started when I sat down and contemplated the one BIG THING I would tell my beginner guitar player self. 

At first it was difficult to narrow it down. There are a lot of things I wish I could have changed.

I would have gotten a better instrument,

found a better teacher sooner,

focused more on the basics.

and spent more time working on my listening skills. 

These are all valid, but I wouldn't characterize any of them as being THE single most important thing I would change.

One Simple Thing

After giving it serious consideration I came up with one simple thing that would have made a big difference. 

If I'd got this one thing earlier in my journey I would not only have progressed faster, but it would have been easier and more fun.

Watch this short video...

Putting Theory Into Practice

For the next 30 consecutive days I want you to practice every day. For beginners, go for 10 minutes a day.

Use a chart like this one hereEvery day you practice, put an X on that day on the chart. 

Some of you may feel you don't have enough time to practice. Maybe you're wondering if 10 minutes is enough time to make progress.

Be sure to check out the link below to learn a trick that has help the majority of my students...

Click on the link below to learn how you can make the most of those 10 minutes in this powerful practice technique.

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