The old adage “practice makes perfect” couldn’t be further from the truth.
It’s not practice that makes perfect, it’s “perfect” practice that makes perfect.
We can embed bad habits when we practice and they can be more difficult to undo than if we just started out with correct information to begin with.
In addition, if we don’t have legitimate information to help us get better, and are relying on our “YouTube degrees” of other people dispensing information that is often suspect at best, we find that we are in head spinning frustration of not knowing what to believe.
It is for this reason I came up with my slogan “the proof is in the singing”.
Albert Einstein said it best when he said: “Demonstration isn’t A way to teach, it’s the ONLY way to teach.
So I hope this video finds you well as I demonstrate for you step-by-step how to get out of the slump of trying the same thing over and over again with little or no results (or even going backward).
So quoting Albert Einstein again: “the definition of insanity, is trying the same experiment over and over and expecting a different result”.
Let’s learn from ole Al and try a new experiment with Ken Tamplin vocal Academy 🙂
Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy – Where the PROOF is in the SINGING!