Like many musicians, I used to feel lost when planning and structuring effective practice sessions to reach my musical goals.
Find yourself practicing aimlessly, with no real plan or direction...
Feel like you're not making progress or don't know what to focus on next...
Or practicing is so boring that you cannot bring yourself to practice at all.
I know the feeling.
Truth is, I wasn't making any progress and it was so frustrating.
I would blame myself for being lazy and wonder how others could do it consistently — and it was taking a toll on my confidence.
But it wasn't that I was lazy or unskilled.
I just didn't know how to practice effectively without boring myself to tears.
This planner is designed by a lazy musician (a.k.a. me!) to help fellow musicians
practice purposefully and achieve their musical goals with minimal boredom.
Now, I'd like to offer you a choice.
I love the idea of free being actually free, and my philosophy is that it's not free if you're paying for it with your e-mail address.
With that said, I'd love to have you in my e-mail community where I share monthly tips on overcoming performance anxiety, self-doubt, perfectionism and procrastination for a fulfilling career. Occasionally I also send out some gifts and let you know if I am working on something that might be of interest to you.
Plus, you get exclusive access to my cat's most judgemental photos when you subscribe to my letters!
Share your email address so I can personally reach out and offer you a discounted Audition Saver session in addition to my monthly letters:
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