As a guitar player, or any type of musician for that matter, you need to set both long term and short term goals for yourself. Setting goals gives you something to work toward, and more importantly helps you better understand yourself as a guitar player and a musician. Being aware of your views and interests as a guitar player gives you a clear insight on what goals are in your best interest and prevents you from practicing and learning material that may not be relevant to you. In order to set positive, relevant, and motivating goals for yourself, you need to ask the right questions and be completely honest with your answers. After all, you will surely know if you are lying to yourself.
7 questions to ask yourself when setting goals...
1. What inspired me to even pick up a guitar in the first place?
2. Do I ever want to perform in front of an audience or just play for my own enjoyment?
3. What genres of music do I enjoy?
4. Is playing fast important to me?
5. Do I want to write my own music?
6. How much time am I able to invest in practicing?
7. Do I want to become a professional musician?
If you are a beginner, it can be extremely difficult to answer some of these or to even know where to begin setting goals for yourself. In this case, it is always a good idea to seek the advice of a qualified and professional teacher to put you on the right path and outline your goals as a guitar player. Get expert guitar lesson advice for free in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Click here to fill out the Free Trial Contact Form and sit down with a trained professional to outline a personalized guitar lesson strategy.
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