If you’re reading this I’m guessing that you want to be the best.
You want to walk into a room with your instrument and completely smash the competition. To tackle every chord progression, every tune, and every challenging technical passage with effortless mastery. To have every other player’s jaw drop as they look on in utter awe.
…unfortunately this isn’t always the case.
You see, the reality is that sometimes you’ll try your best and end up in the middle of the pack and at other times, you’ll end up in that dreaded spot at the bottom – you’re the worst player in the room.
When you find yourself in these situations it can suddenly feel like music isn’t fun anymore. You get discouraged, you might even want to quit, and you can’t wait to run back to the safety of your comfort zone.
But wait a second! Being the worst player in a group of musicians isn’t necessarily a bad thing…it’s actually a good thing.
You might not realize it now, but you’re in the perfect place to improve.
Ugh, I’m the worst…
Tell me if this sounds familiar:
You’ve walked into a jam session and don’t know any of the tunes. You’re in a lesson with a great teacher and suddenly become aware of your musical weak spots. Or maybe you’ve signed up for a new class or took a chance and auditioned for a new group.
If it does, then I’m betting you know what … Read More