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Priority is one of the most misunderstood keys to success, because many people fail to balance their priorities in proper order of importance. So is it a top priority? Well, not exactly. Nobody is going to die, if you fail to practice. The reality is that you probably will make some progress, even if you never practiced at all. The weekly lessons alone will yield some results: however, the amount of time you diligently participate in is directly related to the amount of progress you’re going to make. Lessons do not necessarily have to be a top priority, but they must be a priority of sorts. If you do not practice, the resulting lack of progress will lead to playing the same thing more times than is fun and interesting.

Practice : 3 Keys to Success

Success Key #1 - Practice.  Let’s face the obvious.  If you don’t, your chances of learning to reach some level…


Finding a Great Music Teacher To ensure your Music Lesson experience is a positive one, take lessons from someone who is a…