Honesty Pill

Featured Course: The Strategy Session

The Strategy Session

  • Assess Your Situation
  • Define Your Musical Goals
  • Create a Plan
  • Take Action
  • Dedicated Face Book Group
Complete Course Access $217

What You Will Learn

In my years of experience, I see aspiring musicians making the same mistakes again and again:
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 Strategy: They don’t have a solid strategy.
 Mindset: Their attitude makes them more likely to freak out than rise to the challenge when something goes awry.
 Accountability: They don’t have a system to keep them accountable to their strategy.
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In my new course, “The Strategy Session,” I show you exactly how to avoid these mistakes––and many others. 

The Strategy Session

To win, you need a game plan. Let’s create yours.

assess your situation

Where do you stand right now? How much needs to change for you to succeed? You can’t define your future unless you understand the present.

define your musical goals

Where do you want to be? You might have a dream, but what you need is a goal with specifics and details. Learn to convert your dreams into reality.

map your success

While the road to success is different for each individual, people who achieve their goals all have certain things in common. Learn those traits and put them into action.

DO YOU HAVE A PLAN?

Complete Course Access-$217

Ready to get started? Honesty Pill courses contain information and methods that were decades in the making. Use these proven techniques to learn how to work smarter AND harder than you thought possible.

Requirements

Willingness to break old habits, push yourself, and a desire to succeed. A passion and desire to achieve your goals. Study from the comfort of your own home, or learn right on your phone. Anytime, anywhere.

Complete Course Access

The Strategy Session
$ 217
one-time payment
  • Full course access
  • On-demand video
  • Step-by-step processes
  • Downloadable resources
  • Dedicated FaceBook Group

Meet Your Coach

Click here for my professional bio.

Honesty Pill is the project of Christopher Still, a trumpet player with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Chris creates focused, actionable plans that help musicians and other creatives address the issues standing between them and their goals. 

Intermediate through professional instrumentalists and singers can benefit from Honesty Pill courses. This includes motivated high school students, college students, serious hobbyists, and professionals of all ages and levels of accomplishment.

Honesty Pill is for anyone who wants to master their art. Even if you’ve already achieved some level of success, Honesty Pill has information and tools that will help you take your musical life to the next level.

Ditch your excuses, learn to focus, and master the skills that really matter.

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Professional Bio

Honesty Pill founder Christopher Still joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic as Second Trumpet in 2007. 

Before coming to California, he was the Principal Trumpet of the Colorado Symphony. He has also held the positions of Associate Principal Trumpet of the Dallas Symphony and Principal Trumpet of the Charleston (SC) Symphony. Additionally, Christopher has served as Assistant Principal Trumpet with the Grant Park Festival Orchestra in Chicago’s Millennium Park and Guest Principal with the St. Louis Symphony.

Christopher has recorded extensively with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Grant Park, Dallas, and Albany symphony orchestras. Active in the Hollywood recording studios, he can be heard on major motion picture and television soundtracks. He is a Yamaha Artist, a dedicated educator, and an active clinician.

Having grown up in a musical household, Christopher originally intended to become a band director and earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree from the Crane School of Music (SUNY-Potsdam). Switching to performance, he received his Master of Music Performance degree from the New England Conservatory in Boston. He was a Tanglewood Music Center Fellow in 1995 and 1996.

Christopher’s favorite aspect of his job is the orchestra’s frequent performance of contemporary music, especially the Green Umbrella concert series.

Christopher lives in Altadena, CA with his wife, Amanda McIntosh, and two children. He enjoys long-distance running, skiing, brewing beer, and hiking in the trails behind his house.

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