Trust The Process
This information is essential for getting the most out of this guitar course.
I was constantly warned that becoming a great guitar player would take years of study, books of theory, discipline, and a lot of other frightening life adjustments. This is what I heard from almost everybody and everywhere I went. I want you to know that this is the average mindset, and we are surrounded by it, and because we are surrounded by it, it’s difficult to look past it when everyone appears to be on the same page.
Almost every artist has gone through this at some point in their career. We’re often misled into thinking it’s difficult and frightening when it’s not. It takes a special kind of person to succeed. Most people fail in life because they have an average mindset.
I’ve learned that this simply isn’t true. This happens to almost all musicians. In fact, being a successful guitar player is actually quite simple. To be successful, you don’t have to work hard or practice long hours. You just have to focus on the right things, practice regularly and pretty much never give up. However, something that appears to be very simple may become quite complex when surrounded by myths, negative people, misconceptions, and music traps.