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Ideas for using the website to have fun and learn heaps!

I've tried to put as much as I possibly can on the website for members so you get best value, but sometimes it can be hard to know where to start with your learning. So I thought I'd write down some ideas for how you can use my site to help with your learning.




Everyone learns at different paces so here are some ideas you could do as a casual user, hungry learner and intense student!


Remember - you can do as little or as much as you want. Have fun!!


Ideas for 2 weeks of learning for a casual user:

- Try a lesson from one of the courses eg Take Off! Beginners Ukulele. When you feel ready move to the next stage. (Don't forget you need to join the course - it's free and easy for all members.)

- Watch a couple of Matt's Quick Tips: short under 1-2 minute videos full of useful tips.


Ideas for 2 weeks of learning for a hungry learner:

- Try a lesson from one of the courses eg Ukulele Next Steps. When you feel ready move to the next stage. 

- Take part in one of Matt's Monday Night Kanikapilas and practice playing by ear.

- Take part in Matt's next Fortnightly Live Lesson and ask some questions live as you learn.

- Ask some questions on the Ukulele Forum.


Ideas for 2 weeks of learning for intensive study:

- Try a long lesson from one of the more intensive courses eg Fingerstyle Ukulele. When you feel ready move to the next stage. 

- Combine this with learning some theory from my Uke Theory course.

- Take part in Matt's next Fortnightly Live Lesson and ask some questions live as you learn.

- Send Matt a Video Submission on one of the pieces you've been working on and digest all the useful advice. All Gold members get 6 video submissions per year.

- Take what you have learned and post a progress video on the Uke Student's Hangout page on Facebook.


Remember, these are just a few ideas. I wanted to show you how there is a whole world of learning waiting for you whether you just want to do a lesson every now and then or if you want to hoover up tonnes of learning every day!


Much love, Matt

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