Music Lessons Improve Cognitive Skills and Academic Performance
As you might know, this is of course not the first time that I am posting on my blog about the amazing impact of music lessons on intelligence, brain development, cognitive skills, success, and more.
Some of the blogs I am referring to, include for example:
A new study apparently has been published, that further solidifies evidence that the study of music shows a significant impact on the development of one’s processing speed and ability to problem-solve, think, reason, analyze, identify, understand and perceive knowledge, all commonly known as “cognitive skills”.
The above study specifically targets children, but the findings also apply to adults.
Neuroscientist Richard Restak explains that someone who studies music keeps growing IQ and memory into old age.
Richard Restak’s following DVD lecture (with workbook) is a fascinating eye-opener.
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These free lessons are cool, but you will never experience the progress, joy, and results that my students experience in lessons when you’re learning by yourself from blogs and videos.
That is why people take lessons: way better results and progress, much more complete information, exposed to way more creative ideas than you can get from a blog or YouTube video.
There is only so much that self-study can accomplish.
If you want to see amazing results and progress in your guitar playing, buy your first lesson here and get started ASAP.
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