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Honesty Pill is a community of musicians
helping one another achieve greater success
and mastery of their craft.
Find out what's holding you back
so you can take your playing to the next level.
Great performers aren’t born, they’re trained. Master the mental techniques and tools you need to become a consistent, confident performer.
Why do YOU need Honesty Pill?
Honesty Pill is an online resource that helps people teach themselves to be better musicians.
I chose the name “Honesty Pill” in reaction to a common issue with performers and artists—people are afraid to take a close look at what they’re doing wrong, even if they desperately want to succeed. My goal is to help people to tackle their issues, so they can achieve their goals. I like to call my approach “swallowing the Honesty Pill.”
I offer practical courses, informative articles, and activities to help you ditch your excuses and really improve.
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Can a habit save your life? If you’re about to step into London traffic, the answer is a resounding…yes! 🚌 #lookright If you’ve survived this long, it’s likely you have a deep habit of which way to look when stepping off a curb. That’s a good thing. But what about those habits that aren’t serving us? The ones that tell
The best way to predict your future is to create it. The human brain has approximately 60,000 thoughts per day. Of those many thousands, 80% are negative and 90% are repetitive. That means you spent today thinking almost the exact set of negative, limiting thoughts as you did yesterday, and likely will do again tomorrow. Basically, we play the same recordings all day,
Are you willing to try and fail 1,000 times? If not, you might want to keep on reading. I’m talking about the thing that you are so passionate and curious about that you’d do it anyway, even if that means having to deal with failing a few times. Or a few dozen times. Or even one thousand. I’m talking about going
Is it a Megaphone Choir? A Bevy of Bullhorns? An Assembly of Amplifiers? But seriously…what the heck is this stuff doing backstage at Walt Disney Concert Hall? One of the things I love about my orchestra is the willingness to take chances. To try something completely new that no one has ever done before. Like these bizarre contraptions. Designed for a new