I thought I'm a rhythm guitarist. I don't need to work on that. Or "I have a cool voice. I will just get someone else to play that hard parts." I didn't have a good voice at the time, so I don't know why I thought that would work, and honestly, it's a pretty piss-poor excuse to not get better at something I loved. ESPECIALLY WHEN IT'S SO EASY TO LEARN!
How to not be late. Can it really be that simple? Not sure how long it takes to get somewhere? Open google maps (**** apple maps, Steve Job's ghost gives terrible directions) see how long it takes to get to your destination and add fifteen minutes.
You have probably already written a few things that sound disjointed, maybe you've even done it accidentally (haha, scrub)! Learn some prose from the pros!
Einstein doing his best Simmons The argument between staying true to oneself and getting an instructor has been heated since... well probably around the time of the Beatles. I've sat on both sides of this fight, and I think it stems from a couple different ideas. 1. We're afraid - We are afraid of looking [...]
If you notice a lack of professionalism in somebody and you keep using that person and getting frustrated, that is not on them that is on you.
The rhythm hand deserves some extra love! Stop telling yourself that someone will take care of the heavy lifting with guitar. Stop being the weak link in the band. Learn to play the damn guitar! It's nothing complicated, so don't feel overwhelmed. You just need to dedicate a little additional focus on specific techniques.
The two most important things I schedule - the stuff I'm never supposed to move? ME TIME and SLEEP TIME.
Going the distance involves that movie training montage - unfortunately the real deal is really boring
Find someone who will help guide you to where you want to go, find someone who believes in you and will help you move past your faults. Find someone who will help you not waste your time, someone who will help you become who you're meant to be.