Practicing guitar is fun, but sometimes your motivation dwindles and you need to pick yourself up. And sometimes you just can't.
I won't deny that I've been there too - and it sucks. If you are reading this you probably have been there too... but don't worry, we are not alone. Most guitarists I know have been there too.
But it does not have to be this way.
See, in the years I had the occasion to talk with literally thousands of guitar players (it's one of the perks of being a guitar teacher). And in all this time I found what is THE problem that destroys our motivation.
You would imagine that there are some guitarists that are more motivated, and others who are not as much motivated. You would imagine that some are talented and some are not. But it's not this way.
Instead, it's just a matter of having or not having a specific bad habit - and it's a habit that we can eliminate.
In this short video you will learn:
a. what is the #1 guitar motivation killer
b. 3 ways to fight it.
You can get out of your rut, and together we'll see how:
I want to hear from you: do you know of other ways to fight the motivation killer? Please share them in the comments - let's all help each other here!
Tommaso Zillio is a professional prog rock/metal guitarist and composer based in Edmonton, AB, Canada.
Tommaso is currently working on an instrumental CD, and an instructional series on fretboard visualization and exotic scales. He is your go-to guy for any and all music theory-related questions.
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