Welcome to episode 21 of the LJS Podcast where today we are talking about 4 steps to finding more time to practice. We get a lot of emails about this, and since practicing is such an important thing for musicians (especially in jazz), it is important we talk about it. Find out how you can squeeze practice into your regular schedule. Listen in!
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In this episode
Prioritize– make practicing a big item on the list. It’s not a word, it’s a mindset.
Commit- go through your daily and weekly schedule and carve out the time. Write down your schedule or your to-do list.
Limit- you don’t need to practice too long or too often. You can get big results out of short practice time periods if you are efficient.
Be efficient– make a plan. Set goals and write them down. Focus.