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Heather Broadbent

Are You Frustrated with your Practice Sessions?

July 8, 2013 at 7:20 PM

Are you frustrated with the lack of progress from your practice sessions? Do you feel you practice hours upon hours upon hours upon hours and only go to your lesson and after you totally bomb on your piece your teacher asks you the infamous question, "Did you practice this week?" And you reply through your tears, "Yes, I did." If this sounds familiar to you, true story for me:), then this video is for you.

Create a Practice Journal - Do not practice without it. Get organized!!! Create a road map and use a timer. I promise after you do this you will improve tremendously and feel great about your practice sessions:)

Happy Practicing - with your practice journal :)

Be TRUE... Be YOU ... Be
Heather Broadbent, Holistic Violinist
Founder of Online Violin
Creator of Violin Fitness and Violin Secrets Academy

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