Envision Yourself as a Guitar Player to Succeed
Have you ever thought of yourself as a guitar player? Perhaps you have had visions of being able to play your favorite songs dancing through your head! Or, maybe you are not sure, and think playing the guitar is for "other" people. Maybe you think only others have the ability to play the guitar.
It's time to get the negative thoughts out of your head, and start to envision yourself as a guitar player. It is very possible!
In fact, our perception of ourselves is a huge part of determining whether or not we are successful at what we set out to do. If you see yourself as a potentially great guitar player, the chances are much higher that you will actually become one. However, if you see yourself as someone who is not musically inclined, then the chances are slim that you will follow through with learning how to play the guitar.
Let's do a simple exercise. Close your eyes, and imagine that you have a great guitar in your hands. Start to strum the guitar slowly, and watch how in tune you are with the music. Then, start to play your favorite song -- and watch yourself play it well.
How do you feel when you think about those things? The chances are good that you feel successful, and like you are right where you want to be. Push away those thoughts that you are not a guitar player -- because with the right instruction and motivation you can become a great one.
Doing simple exercises like this is exactly what successful people do -- whether they be businessmen, athletes, or musicians. As you start your lessons, make it a regular thing for you to envision yourself successfully and happily playing the guitar. It will make a huge difference to your motivation levels, and your success levels!
It's definitely all about chasing those doubts away. They will only hold you back, so it's time to stop them in their tracks right now. Regularly envision yourself as a great guitar player, and you will start to see success more quickly than you probably ever thought possible.
Along with knowing that you have great potential, you need to realize that potential with the right course. You need something to take you step-by-step through the beginning of learning the guitar, up to more advanced strategies. Find something that will motivate you, and teach you in many different ways so you can become the great guitar player you know you have the potential to be.