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It’s not how many years you’ve been playing, but how many hours you’ve played that make you a great musician. A practice log makes it easy to plan your practice and stay focused to best achieve your musical goals. This Music Practice Schedule includes blank practice schedules for a full year in a large two page layout. Great for musicians of any instrument and ability. Get yours today!
Also included is William Wilson’s Secrets to Successful Practice with tips to help you make the most of your precious hours in the practice room. Learn how practicing “backwards”, looping, and only playing a song once can have you learning music in record time!
From the author…
The most challenging thing about learning an instrument is staying motivated. It takes hundreds of hours of practice to master your craft. One of the things I have found most helpful is keeping a practice schedule. I write down my goals for the week and then schedule practice time for each day. There is something about making a plan that motivates me. And it’s nice at the end of the week when I have log of all my hard work. I have nearly 10 years of practice logs and it has been the most helpful thing in my progress on the guitar.
Recently I came up with the idea of putting together a book with a years worth of blank practice schedules. I expanded the schedule I have always used into two pages and added an article on techniques that I have found helpful in my own practice. Together I think it is an amazing tool for any musician. If you’re a musician check it out and see what a difference focus practice makes.