Well here is some simple advice. Do it anyway. Stop using the excuse of time. We are all busy these days and yes time is our most precious commodity. Well so we believe. If time is so precious why does the average American household watch more than 6 hours of TV a day? How is it possible for so many people to clock up ridiculous amounts of time on playing video games or to post hundreds of times per week on Facebook? Is time really the issue? As a guitar teacher time or lack of it has been the number one reason students use when they don’t do enough practice. I would often catch kids out by asking them to raise their hand if they saw that funny episode this of The Simpsons where Homer does…. Is it a coincidence that those hands tend to belong to the same kids who didn’t have enough time to practice. Now adults are no better. In fact children learn from the adults around them. Think about how many times a day you say that you don’t have time or are too busy or say that you are in a rush. What’s worse is you probably believe it. Learning guitar is not difficult. Spend 30 minutes or more a day doing the exercises laid out in the G4 Guitar Method and it will happen. Avoid making the excuse that you have no time for guitar practice and just do it. It really is that simple. Am I wrong?
David J. Hart