The practice habit uses proven principles from psychology, neuroscience, and research in the
creation of expertise to help you craft your most effective, focused practice session.
Natural motivation is based in clear goals, regular feedback, a balance of challenge and ability, and a feeling that what you do is meaningful and leads to growth. This journal has been designed to tap into your own motivation and accelerate your progress toward goals so that you enjoy your practice sessions and reach higher levels of performance.
You will find The Practice Habit to be a perfect companion in your practice sessions.
Professionals: Be prepared for anything--from the solo concerto you've been preparing for months, to the gig that just dropped into your lap. Stay focused on the edge of your craft and take your skills to the next level.
College music majors: Take full advantage of your private lessons, make every minute in the practice room count, manage your practice commitments and take the stress out of practice.
Serious high school players: Prepare for auditions, get a head start on college, be amazing.
Everyone: Track your progress, see your goals at a glance, improve faster than ever before, and have fun along the way.
Start with a plan: Never waste a practice session wondering what you accomplished. When you start each practice session with a clear plan, you always know your next step to improvement.
Increase Grit: Grit is the ability to stick
to your goals over a long period of time. When you connect your goals to a strong sense of purpose and meaning, it becomes enjoyable to persevere through the hard work of being a
Squeeze the most out of every session: Review your progress daily and weekly so you have a clear map of next steps and continued progress. Manage different priorities and take the
stress out of practice.