Category Archives: Practicing

Motivation: Rust Proofing Your Practice

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“She just doesn’t have the motivation.” I remember hearing a performance many years ago by a young musician who seemed […]


Making Progress: 3 Simple Ways to Sustain Momentum

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I was taught that the way of progress was neither swift nor easy. – Marie Curie You’re a musician; you […]


10 Ways to Cut Your Practice Time in Half

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Practice time is probably the number factor in your music success. Let me clarify – practice time spent efficiently and […]


I’m Stuck! What to Do When Nothing Is Working

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I’m stuck! We’ve all been there, when the piece you’re trying to practice and perfect just seems to go into […]


Focus or Fixation: The Practice Rabbit Hole

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Focus. What things we could accomplish if we could only focus! Yet there are times that too much focus is […]


Is Learning The Harp Harder Than You Thought?

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Is learning the harp harder than you thought? I can imagine the moment, probably because so many of us experienced […]


Create Your 90 Day Focus Plan

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Your 90 Day Practice Plan – Perfect for Summer In this video, you will discover: Why I love setting goals […]


Practice Detour: Use GPS and Get Back on the Road

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A “Practice Detour?” Let me explain… Have you ever been driving on a familiar route only to be confronted with […]


The Musician’s Progress Activator

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I can do it. Ten more times. Get it right this time. Try it again. Last time. NOOOO! Practicing is […]


Power Hour: the Practice of Champions

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What if you could power up your music study by adding one hour (or even one half hour) to your […]