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Piano (and Life?) Progress, Technique, and Patient Growth

When it comes to learning music, you can always find the similarities with life. If you know how to play piano, you would know how to progress in life. Because learning to play piano teaches you several techniques, measures your progress, and teaches your patience. This is an essential trait if you want to grow in life, or learn anything new. So, how do you hone your skills in piano and in life? Let’s have a look at the most common ways in which you can achieve that.

#1: Persistence & Patience

If you are persistent in whatever you do, you will have a positive effect in your life, and be able to complete your milestone. Although, being persistent does not mean that you should have patience, yet patience is a virtue, which everyone should have. And when you combine both of these traits, you will be a winner. So, be it in the piano lesson, or the hurdles of life, you will be able to achieve whatever you want. While you are at it, remember, ‘winners never quit and quitters never win’. So, you need to be persistent in your efforts, and be patient while waiting for your chance.

#2: Focus On One Headache

You might have heard of the term all-rounder, however, even those people learnt all those skills one at a time. Unless you put in your effort for one skill or habit, you won’t be able to master that. When you concentrate on it, you will find that it is easy to solve any problems you come across. So, for example, if you want to learn piano, and you don’t have a teacher near you. What you can do is look for a digital piano guide and start practicing. This will help you to learn the process, and also not visit your teacher daily. Remember, if you have the will, you will find a way, and unless you are shoved in a corner, you never know how strong you are.

#3: Enjoy The Process

Playing piano is a hobby. So, while you are at it, or are trying to learn the process, find your ‘why’. As in, why do you want to learn to play? Also, while you are learning, put your heart onto it, and enjoy the process. This is because when you have real interest in something, you don’t need to memorize it, or treat it as a chore. You will find it easier to remember things, and life will be simpler for you. Don’t force yourself in anything. If it doesn’t come naturally, just let it go, especially your creative skills.

#4: Hang On!

At times, we all feel hopeless, down and tired, despite trying our best. So, if you think you are not making a progress with your piano classes, or your life, all you need to do is hang on. Give it time, and your effort, and some day, you will see that it is making sense, and you have progressed beyond your original milestone.

 

So, now that you know about these amazing pointers for learning piano, it is time to get started, and add some melody to your life. After all, you deserve something better!

About Stephen Vicino

Stephen Vicino is the founder of MusicExistence.com. He created this site to give talented musicians a voice and a way to be discovered.

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