2013 is slowly fading away. I don’t know about you, but for me it was the shortest year ever. I can clearly remember how I was creating New Year’s resolution for 2013 last December. It seems as if it was yesterday. Every year time flies faster.
Anyway, it was a very good year for me. I have accomplished some great successes in music: target=”_blank”>debut album release, lots of concerts played, many hours spent practicing guitar and creating music and hundreds of hours spent teaching guitar. I cannot be more happy.
But there were also things that didn’t go so well and there are many areas ready for improvement. I will be work in progress forever.
I have lots of ambitious plans for 2014. I’ve been thinking a lot about my past victories and failures, I’ve been deeply studying lessons that life taught me this year. One thing I’ve learned is that I am much more successful with my goals, if I don’t talk about them. Derek Sivers talks about it in target=”_blank”>this video.
So instead of talking, I want to be doing and let my actions talk for me. Everybody can talk, but not everybody is willing to take responsibility for his or her life and do the work. This year I will try to become the doer.
With that said, I have a little challenge for you and also for myself.
Kickstart your guitar playing
Instead of creating magnificent plans for 2014, let’s try something different this year.
I declare January 2014 to be “No-Excuses month”.
No more talking how busy you are or how things can’t be done. Enough is enough, let’s do some work here.
Here is what I want you to do: Continue Reading →