This is probably one of the most common reasons why working professionals are unable to pursue their interests and passions outside of work. We all today lead busy and hectic lives, where we are overburdened by deadlines and work pressure. Even thinking about anything else seems highly unlikely, let alone attempting to learn a new skill or hobby.
While it's true that we all are busier than ever, it is far from true that this has anything to do with what we want to learn. I'm not just saying this, I'm sharing my experience with you all. When I first started learning guitar, I had to travel 4 hours a day for 9 hours of work. I had dependent parents, wife and a 1 year old kid. Life was as hectic as it could get. But I did not let any of these things affect my passion for music and learning guitar.
My determination was definitely one of the strongest reasons why I could make it, but besides that there are many other things that helped my manage my guitar progress despite my schedule. But most of all, it was my teacher who helped me understand that it's not about the hours you spend learning, it's about how well you utilize whatever time you have to learn.
Here are some of the things that you should try out to ensure that you can pursue your interests even with a busy life.
Find out what you are passionate about
Find a coach, mentor and guide who can help you along in the journey
Make the most of the learning and practice time, however short or long it is
Most importantly, don't consider the learning time as an additional activity for which you have to take extra time out. Instead treat it like a get away from the boring routine
There are loads of other techniques and methods that you can apply to ensure that you learn music and guitar faster, even when you are not getting to play guitar as much as you want to. I train all my students to utilize these techniques to ensure that the time away from guitar becomes even more productive towards their development.
Book A Trial Lesson today to find out how you too can learn guitar irrespective of how busy or free you are in your life.