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The Power of Being Patient

The Power of Being Patient

Professional Slider Version We all have to work to remember to be patient with ourselves. Being patience is not a skill that needs to be developed; it is simply a decision that you make
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16 Ways to Sabotage Your Music Career!

Professional Slider Version 16 Ways to Sabotage Your Music Career from expert Angela Beeching!
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How to Measure Effective Practice

How to measure effective practice? A timeless question. Daniel Coyle lays out a gauge to do precisely this and help people “practice better.”
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Taking Your Career to the Next Level: 6 Essential Musician Strategies

Now, more than ever before, musicians need to be entrepreneurial in creating their own paths to success. Read on to learn from expert Angela Beeching about how to forge your own way in music.
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Learn to Play With Helmholtz Motion

Read on to discover a fantastic exercise from Dr. Cheri Collins on how to learn to play with the Helmholtz Motion, and thus play with better tone.
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Five Key Career Success Strategies for Today’s Musician

Angela Myles Beeching, author of “Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music,” has advised hundreds of musicians on every aspect of career advancement. Here, Beeching offers five keys strategies especially relevant to string players.
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Learn from Talent Code Author Daniel Coyle

Learn from Talent Code Author Daniel Coyle

Professional Slider Version Daniel Coyle, bestselling author of multiple books including the Talent Code (featuring our very own Hans Jørgen Jensen), gives us a nod over at his website.
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Science Gives Tips on Practicing!

Science Gives Tips on Practicing!

Professional Slider Version How many times should I repeat a passage when I practice? How fast should I practice? Find out!
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I Don’t Have Enough Time…

I Don’t Have Enough Time…

Professional Slider Version We always have the feeling that there is not enough time available for all the things we want to learn and practice. So what do we do about it?
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