Trust The Process
Before we begin, I'd like you to read the following information. This information is essential for getting the most out of this guitar method.
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.
If you can relate, know that you are not alone. Almost every artist has gone through this at some point in their career. We're frequently misled into thinking that this road is hard and frightening when it's not. It takes a special type of person to be successful. The majority of people do not succeed in life because they have average mindsets.
I was always told that this was going to be hard and that I needed to dedicate myself to practicing for hours on end and learning all sorts of music theory. And that if I didn't do these things then I would never be able to be a successful guitar player.
After many years of experience, I've come to realize that this simply isn't true. This happens to almost every artist. They're often advised that in order to succeed, they must do this and that, yet in fact, to be a successful guitar player is actually very simple.
You don't need to work hard. You don't need to practice long hours. And you certainly don't need to know how to read music or music theory to be successful. You just need to focus on the right things, you need to practice regularly and pretty much never give up. If you can do these things then you will be a successful guitar player.
However, something that appears to be very simple may become quite complex when surrounded by myths, negative people, misconceptions, and music traps.
I discovered that as simple as it was, it was quite difficult to escape the myths, the negativity, the music traps, and all that. I began digging into it too deeply, and I ended up in a place where I didn't intend to be. I was in a place where I was regarded as a guitar master yet I wasn't having any of the success I had anticipated when I first started this journey.
Somewhere along the road, I forgot that one of the most important aspects of this whole procedure was simply to create good music. It took decades for me to understand that excellent guitar skills or talent were meaningless unless they were expressed through music.
The reason I'm telling you this is because I wouldn't want this to ever happen to you. This is a trap that most artists fall into, and it will certainly prevent you from achieving your goals. It's my responsibility to inform you so that you may achieve the success you desire right now.
Now that you know where I come from, I'd want you to trust in the simplicity of this guitar course which is intended to lead you from the complicated end of your journey.
Throughout this course, If you find yourself thinking, "Yes, this sounds very straightforward or obvious," it's because it is, however, we are frequently so attracted to the idea that it must be difficult, and we believe that the more we know, the more success we will have.
If you trust the process, then this course will help you achieve your desired outcome; it is an indisputable fact. This is, without a doubt, the most essential piece of information I can give you.