Maximum Achievement in Your Guitar Life – by Imagining Yourself in 5 Years

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If only you would do even just the first step – your entire music life and the way you feel when you pick up the guitar – is going to radically change for good:

WRITE DOWN about the guitar player / musician that you want to become. In details – including all the different things that you want to play, divided by genres – or any other way that you want to divide and detail it.

Give it a chance, you’ve got nothing to lose here. I’d love to hear your thoughts and your feelings after going through this exercise.

Watch the video for the rest of the details, and I’d love to hear what are your thoughts on this often overlooked topic – of putting various achievement techniques into your guitar life.

I credit a lot of my motivation in life to this a boot called Maximum Achievement and the techniques that are in it – some of them were my inspiration to what I am describing in the video. There are many books like it, but trust me – this one is something else on a league of it’s own.

Maximum Achievement on Amazon





The video was filmed in Madiha, Sri Lanka.

Alon Cooper

Alon Cooper

Hey! I'm Cooper, and I hope I can be a helpful friend on your musical journeys. I'm a music artist based in Austin & Amsterdam, playing venues with a band / solo, and trying to learn with the most inspiring musicians wherever I go. In the last 8 years I've lived in Australia, northern Europe, the US and more.

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