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|With your permission, I want to send you a (free) series of special coaching tips to help you on the path to reach your musical goals.
These tips will help you to:
- get clear on your goals, so you know exactly what you should practice to improve every day. More importantly: this helps you know what NOT to practice, so you don’t feel overwhelmed by all the materials you find online.
As I tell my guitar students: “Knowing what to do” is important, but knowing what NOT to do is even more important. This email mini course will help you have the same clarity.
- overcome frustrations while you practice. Let’s face it: not every guitar practice session will be your best. And some days you’ll feel frustrated.
Having effective ways to overcome your frustrations ensures you continue to practice and improve your playing week after week. In these email tips, I show you my go-to ways to battle frustration as you become a better guitar player.
- troubleshoot your guitar playing problems. Effective guitar practice is all about solving problems in your playing.
That means, you need to: know what your problems are and have an arsenal of problem-solving guitar practice tools that help you make the problems go away.
In these email tips, I show you some of my best and most proven guitar practice strategies and tactics that help you navigate your most challenging guitar playing problems.
- get your practice in even when you have very little time to practice. If you are like most guitar players, you probably don’t have as much time to practice as you’d like.
That means you are a normal human being :) It also means: you can surprise yourself by how much you can achieve when you use my tips on how to squeeze more progress from every minute of your practice time.
Most of my guitar students practice for less than 1 hour per day and get great results.
In these email tips, I’ll show you how to do the same in your guitar practicing too.
In about 10 minutes, you will have my first email in your email inbox. If you don't receive an email from me, either your email provider or your email reader is blocking my email. Please check your Trash/Junk folder and update your email settings to allow email from email@example.com
After you study these tips, I can help you take your guitar playing further in my Breakthrough Guitar Lessons.
Here is what my guitar students are saying:
"As a mentor and teacher, Tom has had a profound influence on my development as a musician and more importantly, my level of fulfillment as a person who is now living their passion.”
Tom has an exceptional level of knowledge and understanding in music, music business and how to effectively teach music, and he delivers this with a holistic, highly-detailed and goal-oriented approach. Tom's teaching style is bold and powerful, and unlike many teachers, he actually has the credential's to back up what he preaches, having already achieved international success as a touring and recording artist and world-class guitarist.
Chris Ball, singer/guitarist/songwriter
"I was decent guitar player with lots of ideas. From the moment I had my first lesson with Tom, those ideas began to take shape. They began to transform into solid results that I could measure and in which I could take pride. More than that, I've been exposed to concepts and disciplines--primarily things that I formerly didn't even know existed. These also have become and are becoming the resultant products of this new knowledge. It's given me new vision for myself as a player, and continues to give me new ideas; while still keeping and expanding all my former ideas.”
And, I've learned a non-linear approach to learning that has proven itself to me over and over again. (Eg. I've been struggling with sweep picking for months, and two days ago it simply made sense! I stopped all the excess motion in my picking hand and simply moved my forearm to brush the pick across the strings.)
I'll stop here, though I could write you a 20 page book, each page describing an insight I've gleaned from your words, your playing, your music, your lesson material, those of your associates like George Bellas, and those of my fellow forum members; and it would still not do justice to the blessings I've received.
So for, now all I can really say is thank for
what you've taught me, for what you're teaching me, and--as I wait eagerly--for what you will teach me in the future.
New York City, New York, USA
“I don’t know that there is a better trainer or teacher than Tom in the world. I mean, he’s number one for a reason. He gives you so much more value than what you pay for, it’s unbelievable, that’s for sure.”
Dan Smith, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada