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RE: Balancing out your practice

if you do all those things (which does not sound like I stay with the playstation till 4 in the night and then I wake up at 2pm and then I lose all my day doing nothing), I am not sure it is lack of discipline.
Maybe you should just choose something instead of doing all those things, or just organize better your time.

But if you insiste with the discipline thing: I've never known anybody with lack of discipline. I just knew lazy people and ignorant people.
Lazy people know what they have to change but they don't.
Ignorant lose time doing useless things because they ignore what would be the most clever thing to do.

If a part of you tend to go in a direction and you want to go in another direction you need an effort, little, but constant in time, to change this scheme.


Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 11:22:33 -0700
Subject: Balancing out your practice
From: k3zz21@gmail.com
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com

It feels impossible. Is there anyway to manage a consistent practice schedule between piano, live looping, producing and photography? it feels impossible trying to squeeze all this in with homework too. How can I? My looping and piano practice is almost non-existent now. I want to keep up my skill for both but its like i have no discipline...