The uke problem I hear about second-to-the-most frequently is:
I just don’t have time to practice.
Let me tell about a few people who do have time to practice (and then I’ll tell you how you can, too).
First Man on the Moon Neil Armstrong?
Too busy to play the ukulele?
Business super-magnate Warren Buffett?
“Busi” is part of his title, but is he too busy to play ukulele?
George Clooney, popular actor, and Hollywood busybody?
Well, I don’t know if he plays the ukulele, or just holds the ukulele, but either way, he’s made the time:
So here’s my high-tech tip to help you find time to practice uke:
It’s hard to make yourself do something nebulous.
So let’s make it concrete.
Let’s make “uke practice” be much more specific. Say, “5 minutes of uke practice.”
And this is not an iffy kind of 5 minutes. This is going to be exactly 5 minutes.
Now do exactly what I tell you.
Here’s a secret way to use Google to help you practice.
With uke in hand, go to your web browser search bar (or to Google specifically).
Type: timer 5 minutes
Start your timer. Start your practice.
And do this every day.
And someday, you, too, can be first man on the moon.