Other people are offering this kind of course for free, so why are you charging for it?
There are two important reasons why this course isn’t free. The first has to do with you. When something is free, your brain is more likely to look at it and say “If this is free, it’s probably not worth my time. Otherwise they wouldn’t give it away without charging.
And because I want you to succeed, I need your brain to see this as an investment it can’t just totally dismiss. When you invest with money, you are more likely to go through the course and see the results you can get from it. That’s what I want for you.
The second reason has to do with me. I know that the work I do is valuable. I have spent over 20 years working in the music industry, I have the formal education, and I’ve worked hard to become an excellent teacher. That means I’ve invested hundreds of thousands of dollars and an insane amount of hours developing the skills that allow me to help you play the guitar, have fun doing it, and see long-lasting results.
I’m not comfortable working with someone unless they also value my investment into becoming the guitar expert I am today. That’s a personal boundary I have, and it’s important to my daily mindset.
If you would rather take a free course, that’s cool. But I’m not the teacher for you. There’s freedom for both of us in that statement.
Why can’t I just do this on my own? That way I don’t have to pay someone else.
Because you don’t already instinctively know what you need to learn or how to learn it. When you want to become excellent at something, you need someone who is already excellent to break down what makes them good at what they do in order to teach it to you. Not every person who is amazing at playing the guitar can help you become an awesome guitarist
You need a teacher, you need a proven method, and you need to give yourself permission to invest time and money in learning something that is going to change the way you see yourself forever.
There is no way you’re going to help me actually be able to play the guitar in just 2 months. That’s impossible...
What if I can’t afford fancy equipment like I see all over social media?
A $100 guitar in the hands of someone who doesn’t yet know how to play needs just as much help as a $10,000 guitar in the hands of someone who doesn’t yet know how to play.
It’s a myth that having more expensive equipment will make you a better guitar player.
The only thing that can actually make you better is time plus expert knowledge in the form of easy-to-understand lessons. And that’s what you get in the I Can Play Guitar course.
Why should I choose you as my teacher when I can get courses from other famous
How long will it take for me to complete this entire course?
You could bang it out in a week or a couple of days, but you need to continue to go through each playing module so that you can get comfortable with the skills you need.
To see the best results, I recommend you spend 30 minutes a day during the week working through the different modules and using the practice calendar. If you do that, within 2 months you will definitely be able to say “I can play guitar.”