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Found this in a fortune cookie:
How To Master Anything
2. repeat step one
Improving and learning jazz piano does not take a lot of time, it just takes some dedicated time. A person who focuses and practices for 20 minutes a day will progress a lot faster than someone who sits down and jams for two hours a day.
My approach to jazz lessons is pretty simple- we focus on what you want to work on. Usually we’ll go through a song that you like playing and expand on what your doing by breaking out of habits and incorporating new ideas. I might suggest technical exercises or theory ideas to think about if I think it will help.
I don’t have an agenda to push during jazz lessons. It’s all about giving you something fun and useful that
you can walk away with and use right away in your playing.