I believe that quality of your practice time matters much more than quantity. You’ve probably heard me say that countless times. Checking the quality of your practice session is more important than counting how many minutes did you actually practice.
There is a catch, however.
As I found out, some aspiring guitar players are so concerned with getting everything right and so worried about making mistake, that they end up paralyzed, not knowing what to do. They are obsessed with details but at the same time they are losing the big picture from the sight.
Quality doesn’t really matter if you practice 5 minutes a day. You won’t become a phenomenal guitar player no matter how focused your 5 minute practice session is. If you are aiming for quality, it also has to go hand in hand with decent quantity. How much you need to practice depends on your goals and aspirations.
If you are too concerned whether you are doing everything right, here’s what I want you to do. Continue Reading →