It’s no secret that we all want the easiest and fastest way out. But, learning an instrument, building a career in music or anything else worth having takes time. The way you approach your journey will have an impact on whether or not you enjoy it or fizzle out from frustration, self-doubt and anger. Here’s my advice for how you can develop your patience, embrace that everything takes time and enjoy the journey along the way.
“Patience is not passive, on the contrary it is concentrated strength” – Bruce Lee (Tweet this)
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