Here’s another great analogy by Claus Levin – practice playing guitar like you play video games!
You can learn how to get massive practice results in very little time by studying how video games are made. They all aim to get us addicted to playing them by setting them up so they work our psychology in just the right way.
There is a reason for why every game has levels to reach and challenges that increases in complexity as you get better. The reason why we respond to it is because it reminds us of the world we live in.
But the one element of video games that struck me as incredibly relevant to guitar playing was the increase in rewards you get on each level.
This motivational part of setting up a good game is exactly what occurs when you practice in the most effective way. Watch the video and learn how to use this insight to boost your practice results.
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