Filling a piggy bank takes time, patience, perseverance. In the end, however, we know how much we've saved. It's easy to find motivation and patience for saving.

A new way to practicing your instrument is less clear. We can't put numbers to our process. Step by step, day by day, we build it up. However, we can't see it, we can't quantify it, we can't measure how far we've come.

There are many reasons why we would want to change our way of practicing. This process is not a piggy bank, but a journey. And that journey is you.

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