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Great question. A couple things help me with this. First, making a plan before I practice helps me to stay on track. For a long time, I kept a practice journal and would write down all that I wanted to do in each practice session. This helped me stay on track and only do the things I needed to. Second, recording myself allowed me to listen back to how I really sounded and I would take notes about what I needed to improve. That helped me focus on my weaknesses and I got better quicker. Third, can you create exercises that incorporate various techniques so that you’re doing more than one thing at a time? For example on the trumpet, I use scales to help me practice my articulation, range, technique, and sound. One scale can improve many things. -Jason Bergman

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