Did you know that writing goals down makes you much more likely to achieve them?
Keeping a practice notebook – or a practice diary – has many more benefits:
- makes you reflect on how you want to play and in which direction you want to go in your music making
- helps you set clear goals
- you can use it to track your progress
- easily revise old pieces (just flip back a few pages!)
- saves time – you know straight away what needs to be done
- helps you stay focused
Want to give it a go? Watch the video for some inspiration on how to start!
- How to create a practice routine? – Live Harp Lesson 45
- Planning for musicians – an earlier blog post