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jasonggabbott (2)
Sunday, January 25, 2009

Update v1.6

Current mood: Motivated

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   Hey, sorry it took so long to get back to ya. My chord changes are coming along quite nicely. I am starting to get where I can do them without looking and almost to where I can change without a pause in strumming with some faster strumming patterns. I just added a few more chords to my practice also so now I'm up to all Major open chords except B, minor chords and some 7ths. Barre chords still seem very hard but I will start practicing them soon.
    I have been adding some scales to my practice every so often to mix it up a little. Then I try to play a few songs; Wish You Were Here then there is Bob Dillon's Knocking on Heavens Door.
I leave you with this for today.

Keep building

If it were quick and easy you would have already done it.
The fact that it is difficult and time-consuming means you're doing something truly worthwhile.

The value of any achievement is built with the time and effort you put into it. Keep going, keep building, keep at it and you'll truly have something of great value.

It is often difficult to stay positively focused. And it is always worth the trouble.

Sure, it would be much easier to do nothing. Yet by doing nothing, you create nothing.

Instead, step forward and do the difficult work that must be done. With each effort, you are adding more value and substance to the achievement. Feel the satisfaction as you continue the difficult and rewarding work of building that achievement. Know that the value has already started coming to life. -- Ralph Marston

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jasonggabbott wrote on Jan 26th, 2009 2:06am

Awesome and true words. THANKS for the great blog!


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