Never, never, never give up! Your piano success is just around the corner!

Never, never, never give up! You are closer than you think to your piano success!

Never Give Up - Winston Churchill

Run before you walk

Women running

As humans it’s natural to want to run before we can walk.

Sometimes the bridge just seems too far.

Maybe you’ve come to a point of giving up and are deciding not to cross the bridge at all!

Would you let a fellow student give up?

After you’ve watched her put the time and effort in?

Heard her play well at her level. Seen her happy playing. Watch her stumble at a few blocks.

But you know it can get better for her. Now think of yourself and don’t do it.

You think I can’t do this.

Well, you can.

Take a breather.

Get some perspective and continue.

It is possible to look past the “can’t” and just get on with it.

With a little patience and thought you can go on.

To finish something you started.


Moments of frustration

frustration

Think of something else you learned and had moments of frustration – driving lessons?

Driving is about co-ordination, coordinating multiple facets at a time to get the vehicle from A to B in one piece.

You don’t jump in a car one day and know how to do it.

There is a fundamental practical part to driving but what about all the theory that goes with it.

As an adult that has driven for many years we almost do it on auto-pilot. But you had to start somewhere.

Learning the piano at any stage will be the same rocky road, no one says it will be easy.

A testing one on the ups but a pleasurable one on the downs.

But as we’ve deduced you have chosen to learn this beautiful instrument so keep going, do not throw what you have done so far away.

You will regret it in later years.

You have put so much into it thus far.

Please keep going.

Never give up on a passion.

Or what has become one.

It’s a beautiful skill you have. Many people don’t put the effort in but so wish they could do what you do.


Learning the piano

success

Learning the piano at any stage will be the same rocky road, no one says it will be easy.

A testing one on the ups but a pleasurable one on the downs.

But as we’ve deduced you have chosen to learn this beautiful instrument so keep going, do not throw what you have done so far away.

You will regret it in later years.

You have put so much into it thus far.

Please keep going.

Never give up on a passion.

Or what has become one.

It’s a beautiful skill you have.

Many people don’t put the effort in but so wish they could do what you do.

At the London Piano Institute we always encourage all our students and will do our utmost to help you learn this beautiful immortal instrument.

We have lots of options available for piano courses in London and you can view the course options here.

If you have any questions regarding starting to play the piano and you want to enrol in an adult piano course, simply contact Stefan at enrol@londonpianoinstitute.co.uk

Who knows what the future holds for you? Rachmaninoff, Bach, Chopin, Count Basie or Jelly Roll Morton?

The answer to the question is in your hands… simply NEVER NEVER NEVER give up!


Stefan Joubert
Stefan Joubert is the manager of the London Piano Institute. He is passionate about helping adults learn how to play the piano on Skype, FaceTime or in person. He truly believes that no one is too old or not talented enough. He is your first port of call for anything piano lessons related. You can contact him at enrol@londonpianoinstitute.co.uk
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Stefan Joubert
Stefan Joubert is the manager of the London Piano Institute. He is passionate about helping adults learn how to play the piano on Skype, FaceTime or in person. He truly believes that no one is too old or not talented enough. He is your first port of call for anything piano lessons related. You can contact him at enrol@londonpianoinstitute.co.uk
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Never, never, never give up! Your piano success is just around the corner!
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Why you should never give up on your dreams to learn how to play the piano!
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