I’m looking for a bass guitar coach.
No, I didn’t just buy a bass. I’ve played bass for decades. My first bass guitar and amp ($200) came from Lear Music in San Berdoo.
It’s not because I don’t play often. Each weekend I play several hours in bands at church.
I’m doing it for the same reason
- Tiger Woods retains swing coach Sean Foley;
- Serena Williams takes input from Patrick Mouratoglou;
- Leonardo DiCaprio seeks advice from Tony Robbins;
- Justin Bieber pays vocal coach Jan Smith.
Though they excel in their chosen profession, they continue paying coaches and trainers.
For the same reason I’m looking for a bass guitar coach – we want to continue to improve, to get even better.
And you can be sure when Serena is given a suggestion or exercise, she doesn’t just agree with the idea, then walk away. She takes action.
All of us want to get better at what we do.
This goes for how we “do” our relationship. We want to see our relationship improve and grow.
You can do this by emulating people who excel at their chosen profession.
- To improve romance in your relationship,
- To bring more romance into your relationship,
- To romance your sweetheart even more than in the past,
- Get input from a romantic who can coach you on improving the romantic you are.
Here’s where you can start. Put these Keeping Romance Alive articles into practice.
- Personalize the ideas and suggestions for your relationship.
- Imagine yourself using the weekly romantic ideas.
- And above all, don’t just read. Take action!
You can also contact me about coaching. Robert@RomanceALIVE.com.
Now, does anyone know a good bass guitar coach?