If you're anything like me, procrastination comes naturally. Enter friction free practicing.
Friction Free Practicing is the name I've given to the idea that you should do everything in your power to make practicing as easy as possible. In other words, friction free practicing is about removing all your excuses.
Here are some practical ways you can apply this concept.
This idea not only applies to starting a practice session, but also applies to doing your practice. For instance...
These are just a few examples, but I hope the concept of friction free practice is becoming clear to you.
The main idea is to remove any obstacles that are holding you back from getting started with practicing first, and then removing any obstacles that are keeping you from perfect execution of musical ideas second.
Question: What have you found to be helpful in keeping your practice times consistent and consistently beneficial?
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