The Brain-Friendly Method for Musical Excellence

by Michael Lake & Dr. Rodney Brim

Dr. Rodney Brim is a Psychologist, performance improvement expert, and multi-instrumentalist. In this eye-opening ebook, he provides solutions to common mistakes players make in practicing and performing. 

“How you use your brain is ten times more important as how you use your fingers on your instrument!” – Dr. Rodney Brim

"I’m absolutely loving this book. The concepts shared in it are so right on!!! Very refreshing to read these ideas with such clarity about a subject so close to my heart."
Bob Sheppard
LA jazz & studio saxophonist

You're about to learn...

The critical importance of making playing and practicing FUN

Your brain learns best when you are having fun. We'll show you some things you are probably not aware of that will make your practicing fun, and in the process, get you better more quickly.

The good and the bad of memorization

Learning your scales and routines is great for the left side of your brain, but not for the right side. You need both to improvise well. We'll show you the purpose of each side and how to best reach the right balance.

How to practice

Most people don’t know how to spend their practice time effectively to meet their objectives. Good practice habits are so much more than simply putting in the time. Learn the right and wrong ways to practice.

The power of your self-talk

How you talk to yourself is extremely influential to your success (and failure). You'll learn how to get that negative self-talk in control, and how to do more of the positive self-talk.

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