Don’t get me wrong — you’ve got to put in the TIME. You do need knowledge, skills, and techniques.

These come with practice and with guidance from a top-notch coach or teacher.

When you do sit down to do the work, remember: it is far better to practice uke a little every day than random, once-in-a-while marathon session.

Every-day practice keeps the skills that you want to work on in your mind. It also keeps your physical skills closer to hand, so you don’t have to re-learn every time you pick up your uke.

But a huge part of ukulele improvement is the mindset with which you approach the practice.

And I hope this little guide helps.

your pal,