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Offline sirloin2984

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Re: What to learn next? Should I move to the next stage? etc etc.
« Reply #210 on: January 31, 2018, 10:52:39 am »
The short answer would be: when you can achieve the mini goals Justin has set up for each stage.

At the end of each stage you should find a set of consolidation requirements which are to be met before you move on.
Thanks and normally I would agree, but for some reason stage 5 is causing me to question if I am meeting them or not but I guess if I can't answer yes immediately, the answer must be no. Just second guessing and confusing myself!

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Re: What to learn next? Should I move to the next stage? etc etc.
« Reply #211 on: January 31, 2018, 10:52:53 am »
I always do a ‘sneak peak’, and have a little bit of a try, if it’s too much wait a bit and try again when your comfortably doing your current stage, don’t rush yourself too much, you’ll just get frustrated and irritated, it’s all about patience and persistence.
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Re: What to learn next? Should I move to the next stage? etc etc.
« Reply #212 on: January 31, 2018, 12:24:22 pm »
I always do a ‘sneak peak’, and have a little bit of a try, if it’s too much wait a bit and try again when your comfortably doing your current stage, don’t rush yourself too much, you’ll just get frustrated and irritated, it’s all about patience and persistence.
I understand this approach! I have a degree of impatience that I am working so hard to surpress. Sometimes I'm successful, sometimes not. Persistence is no issue, thankfully. I don't mind the working across stages if it makes sense and works well together. Just wish I knew in my own head exactly where I was at:)

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Re: What to learn next? Should I move to the next stage? etc etc.
« Reply #213 on: January 31, 2018, 01:48:25 pm »

Just wish I knew in my own head exactly where I was at:)
Yes I have a great deal of empathy with that, I think that recording and submitting something for critique is a great way to find out, you will get nothing but constructive comments and encouragement, I’ve found that it’s really helping me know how I’m doing!
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Re: What to learn next? Should I move to the next stage? etc etc.
« Reply #214 on: January 31, 2018, 02:37:53 pm »
Yes I have a great deal of empathy with that, I think that recording and submitting something for critique is a great way to find out, you will get nothing but constructive comments and encouragement, I’ve found that it’s really helping me know how I’m doing!
I'm kind of building up toward that. I've recorded myself a few times but when I know I'm on camera I can feel it's recording so I almost always mess a little bit of it up:) That said, I agree I probably need to just submit something and get the feedback. No-one, except my wife, has seen me play and outside of being interested for me she doesn't care about the guitar, so I could do with some constructive friendly feedback:) Just gotta build up to it and decide what to submit!

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