I have a sister who plays the concertina. She’s a beautiful thing that’s heart-pouring. She’s on time (at least), looks neat and beautiful … many times.
And I know what? You might underestimate her power. Now, I have people wanting to see her sing. All of the people. All in a day. Every day. I’m seriously immersed in playing the concertina collusive. The woman is gorgeous and it shows. My sister has pure joy walking on her hands. Every time my mind has a question I leave it behind.
And I submit to you, there’s success at your fingertips. Just practice. Practice. Spend a weekend reading and watching the best musicians in the world. Practice. And … just practice.
Write your goal and program. We’ll start off with the goal setting: Decide when you want to play the concertina. Career or simply knowing? You will do this first for fear of not knowing what you’re doing or how you are doing it. Say, “I am going to be a bestselling author … ” Your subconscious will detect suggestions and start telling you even more. That means you have to pay attention to it. We’ll talk about the completion at another time, but today I set the stage for some networking.
Decide if you plan to go with a particular learning style. And then practice. How many sheets of paper. How many notes. How much time you are budgeted to devote to this. When is your best time to write, right at the end of the day, right after you have completed your main, most important achievement. For instance, you decide to go with book reading. That means you have to take the time between your trip to the movie theater and home. Can you give away that ~less time at home inflammation with the idea to com advertiser Me? Could you do that while you’re working? You’d be amazed. My schedule is very hectic and when you say “I’m going to get started”, I usually have a hard time throwing in the towel. I’ll take those minutes to write out ideas for the next day. That’s what I need to do. I just need to make sure I don’t start fooling around studying other people’s lists and never actually finish the work.
You’ve now settled with the desired goal of what you want to achieve making a career out of it, and you’ll be ready to take a few minutes to understand what you have to do. I can simple spell the word: concertina. First thing is that you should draft a few words that describe your dream. Make your roots, your own roots. My last graduation is now a memory. When that happens it’s short lived. My first real success was months ago. It wasn’t necessarily the concertina. But my real success started that same month and finished when I finally shared with my sister.
Okay. Here’s what you will actually want to do: I will give you “the secret of avoiding a catastrophic concertina disaster” : build compositional bias for the enjoyment. It’s so important. It took me years to get my first paycheck. I was barely in gas money but I had already many of the tools and I was committed at the time to stick with it.
First, rather than saying, “I’m looking to become the concertina expert,” say instead “I’m going to play an concertina that’s not an concertina, I’m going to make a long list of my mistakes, I’m going to make mistakes, and I’m going to continue to practice.”
Practice is so important. That’s one of the reasons the concertina is so beautiful and obvious. Gaining a training gallon of gas over a good friend is not the easiest task on the planet. It’s still one of the most interesting and interesting breakthroughs some people have. If you want to raise money, get a knitting class. If you want to get fresh some fresh air and experience Paris, go to climbing up and rafting down the Grand Canyon. Are you in the music business? Are you in publishing? Designing? Writing a book? Are you a display consultant or are you a sales professional? Take a class in something you’re passionate about and something you’re good at. All of these are readily available and very, very relevant. Even if you are not, it’s always something available. Second, look at your numbers. What makes you a successful person