Published August 12, 2017 by Slick for SFR Beats
What's going on world? This is your boy Slick. This is three steps to an effective practice. Number one, practice your weakness. When you're out there performing at gigs you're showcasing your craft. Make note of your weakness and what you mess up on the most and specifically target that during your practice. Okay?
Number two, push yourself. Push yourself during your practice. If you're sounding good while you practice then you are not pushing yourself. If you're pushing yourself, you're going to mess up. You're going to probably sound pretty bad. You're going to sound pretty horrible and your neighbors are not going to like you. That's the kind of practice that you need to be doing. That's the kind of practice that's going to push you to the next level. Alright?
Number three, don't practice so long. Okay? Don't practice for so long. Your mind is like a muscle. You can only work your muscle out for a certain amount of time before it's going to get tired. So treat your mind the same way and shorten up your practice. No longer than an hour. I would say maybe 30 mins of practices is sufficient. As long as you're doing it frequently and consistently. Once a day. You know? Five times a week. It can be twice a day, but as long as you keep your practices short. Then you'll get the most effective use out of your practice because after a certain amount of time, your learning ability is just going to go down the drain, you're just going to be wasting time, and nobody has unlimited amount of time. right?
So I hope that helps you. those are three tips again to sum up. Practice your weakness, okay practice your weakness. Number two, you remember? Push yourself. Sound horrible during your practice and grow. Number three, short, short amount of time. Don't practice for so long. I know you enjoy what you're doing, but you want to be professional and treat your time like it's valuable. So shorten up that time that you practice. Okay? Those are three things man. I hope that helps y'all out there. Y'all get out there and start growing. Alright? Peace out!
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