I ran onto a very good lesson about how we can learn faster and easier compliments of Timothy Ferriss. It’s sort of a “no-duh” concept that has solidified in my mind why I think music cheat sheets are useful.
Music Reading Diagnosis
Aesop’s Fables aren’t just for kids any more. Some of us adults can learn a lot from them too. In particular, we can understand the value of preparation by reading the ant and grasshopper story.
I hear from people all the time about how someday they will get around to learning music. That someday is now. Learn how to make an effort, not an excuse and get started today!
The starting point for deepening your music mastery is by developing a healthy self-image. This is the core of who you are and it will affect every area of your life.
You are designed to flourish, to go as far as you want to in music, and to inspire someone else to do the same. This is how the end may be your beginning in music.
Playing music without taking the time to learn music notes will get you about half-way there. The solution: Get yourself a set of printable music flashcards and use these techniques to learn them a lot faster.
How long should I practice? Well, this depends on what you’re getting done. Find out what you should really focus on each time you sit down to practice.
How can you get better at your music note practice? Think about what you’re doing today. Discover 3 reasons why it may not be going so well for you.
Quite frankly, there is a reason why some people are more successful than others. When you see someone who is doing very well in music, you may feel a little angry or jealous. Instead of getting all mopey and full of self-pity, study some of the characteristics of high achievers in music and decide which ones could use a little tweaking in your life.
Desmond Douglas can teach us a lot about how important our practice spaces truly are. Learn from him on how minimal is often better.