Still, more often than not, when we start developing new skills…we suck at them! And practicing is hard and uncomfortable and sometimes more difficult than expected.
So how do you overcome the challenges you set for yourself? How do you win a race, or perform a concerto? How do you get an A+ for an assignment? How do you go about developing the skill to cry on command, or no scope headshot in a video game, or dunk a basketball? How do you build a healthy habit, or learn a language, or pick up things with your toes?
The solution? Get Good!
Art, music, video games, sports, languages, school and university subjects, cognitive skills, professional skills, social skills, and physical skills are all categories of life that we are constantly developing and seeking growth in.
Through direct and practical advice, ‘How to Get Good’ presents a way to look at your desires, assess the skills you need to achieve them, analyse your available resources, and manage them towards building your skill base and achieving what you want to achieve most.
Dedicated to my students and to all who are dedicated to learning and developing new skills, I set out to write a practical book on personal development. I pulled from my experience as an instrumental teacher and lessons that I’ve learned from my students. Let me tell you, it was easier said than done!
As a teacher, my role is to encourage personal growth and help students achieve their goals. But without setting goals first and acknowledging the work required to achieve them, there’s no way anyone can luck their way into success. Going through the steps in this book helped my students achieve their goals in music and has compassionately encouraged new readers to pursue their desires and “Get Good”!
Is there something you want or need to “Get Good” at?
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