Why do so few sound good? And why do so many people give up when trying to learn the uke? A study in 1993 by Anders Ericsson lifts the lid …
The study revealed that if you want to get good at learning something then:
So what is the secret to getting great as quickly as possible? Simple: Deliberate Practice. My video lessons do this by focusing on the things that will help you the most (in a way that turns weaknesses into strengths … simply and systematically).
All you’ve got to do is play along with three 7-minute videos per week, and your progress will skyrocket.
Only three 7-minute videos per week? Yes.
You will get better faster, because my videos use the PROVEN principles of Deliberate Practice.
Deliberate Practice is celebrated in Geoff Colvin’s first book, Talent Is Overrated, which earned global acclaim as a NY TIMES & WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER.
The Journal of Research in Music Education concurs, “It’s not how much you practice; it’s how!”
Hello Uke Lover!
My name is JP Allen and I’ve been teaching and performing music professionally for over two decades:
I’ve taught at University of Texas, Austin Community College and even toured all over the world with Grammy nominated Abra Moore.
I particularly love teaching ukulele (and the harmonica) because they’re so dang easy to learn – when you learn the right way…