Let’s say this:
You’re a 25 year old guitar player, serious and passionate about what you do. Each day after work you come home and head into the practice room, learning songs, practicing your technique, and dreaming about getting onstage. But despite all of this effort you’re still not seeing the progress you want.
Or maybe this:
You’re a successful attorney, with a wife and kids and a busy work schedule. But underneath all of that your real passion is music. You’ve taken some piano lessons and even got pretty good, but it’s been years since you’ve played. Now that instrument is just sitting there, gathering dust and staring at you.
Or how about this:
On the weekends you play in a band for fun and every now and then you have a gig, but deep down you know you can do more with music. Maybe write your own compositions or even someday start your own band. You’ve bought some theory books and started taking some lessons, but you keep wondering the same thing…
I’ve met all of these players and many more just like them, and in each case the burning question is the same: Do I have what it takes to be a musician?
Am I studying the right method? Are the things I’m practicing actually going to pay off? Can I – at my age, with my schedule, and my skill level – really do it?
If you’re like me these questions have popped up in your … Read More