I’ve just heard Seth Godin saying (in my headphones, that’s from The Icarus Deception) the following:
The only way to get good at solving problems is to solve them. Not in private, not in a safe place where you can waffle about the results. In public.
Thus, I think it is a good moment for a new 30-day challenge.
I’m taking the following video that I took during the time of the Improvisation Challenge:
Over the course of the next thirty days, I will be working towards turning it into a full-length composition, documenting the steps I’m taking along the way. I’m thinking of something between 15 minutes and 1 hour of work on this composition each day as a commitment.
Following an advice I’ve got from Scott Dinsmore (who attributes it to Tony Robbins), “Never leave the site of a planning session without taking some action to get you closer to victory”, here is what I’m starting with.
- I downloaded the video to my internal hard drive to have it easily accessible anytime, anywhere.
- I began transcribing the current solo. The first two phrases I wrote down like this:
I’m not sure if it’s right (most likely it’s not), but it will do for now.
See you tomorrow ;)