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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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Please welcome this week’s Honesty Pill guest contributor: writer, cellist and practice coach Kate Kayaian. Check out her awesome article and practice challenge that you don’t want to miss at the end! About Kate: Cellist, Practice Coach, and the writer behind the blog Tales From the Lane, Kate Kayaian has made it her mission to demystify the world of classical
I’m thrilled to welcome musician and certified yoga instructor Brianne Borden to be today’s guest on the Honesty Pill blog! Be sure to watch her five minute guided practice break meditation video a the end of this article! About Brianne: As an ERYT-200 & YACEP certified yoga instructor, Brianne teaches and regularly leads trainings through CorePower Yoga. Brianne currently attends
You probably have a metronome sitting in your practice room right now. Or maybe you have one of those fancy apps on your phone that has a million features. But are you actually getting the most out of your metronome? Do you really know how to use it? If your metronome practice looks anything like this… Turn metronome on
How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. It seems like every time I get to the end of my To Do list, somebody moves the ends. Sound familiar? Well, you are not alone. I just sent this to a few of my students who were getting bogged down in their course work, but I want to