Learn The Secret “Cheat Code” That All Top Performers Use To Accelerate Their Results

Get more technique, confidence and motivation… all from ONE little-known tool

Imagine if there was one simple tool that would allow you to:

  • Improve your technique much faster
  • Increase your motivation to practice
  • Boost your confidence
  • Play better in performance
  • Break through barriers that had held you stuck for months or even years

Plus…

You could do all this without leaving your armchair. And just 5 minutes work could be enough to make changes that last a lifetime.

It sounds way too good to be true, right?

But there's scientific research to back this up. It's actually one of the secrets of the most successful performers throughout history.

Now I'm going to show you how musicians at any level can use the same technique.

What's more, you don't need any special skills. If you can put on a pair of headphones and listen, then you can do this... 

What Connects The Greatest Minds Throughout History?

I’ve always been fascinated by what it takes to be outstanding.

I loved reading the stories of great people throughout history. Following their successes and failures. And discovering how they achieved great things when others fell short.

The more I read... the more I realised that successful people from all fields were eerily similar. Musicians, artists, athletes, leaders, and more had lots in common. They all used the same strategies to achieve great things.

One of their most powerful tools was visualisation.

The first few times I heard about people spending huge amounts of time and effort on it I thought it was interesting… but irrelevant.

But when I realised that the top performers in every walk of life were mentioning visualisation over and over again, I started to sit up and take notice.

Famous names like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pelé, Jack Nicklaus, and many more credit visualisation as a vital part of their success. (I’ll explain the exact benefits it gave each of them in a bit)

Then, when I dug deeper, I found that it was used by all sorts of working pros at the top of their field. Fighter pilots, business executives, racing car drivers, athletes, and so on.

These people operate in high-stakes environments. You can bet that they wouldn’t keep using this unless it worked. But it turns out that there’s a lot of hard science to back up the effects of visualisation as well (I’ll share some of the most interesting studies with you later on).

It’s basically the “cheat code” they use to make faster progress...

A "Must Have" For Every Musician

At this point I decided I had to try it for myself. And that’s when I ran into a problem…

Turns out I’m not naturally gifted at visualising.

Luckily, that doesn’t have to hold you back. Even from the start, my first clumsy attempts still produced results.

But things really took off once I invested some time in training my ability to visualise.

It’s not one of those things where either you’ve got it, or you don’t. With the right training, anyone can improve their ability to visualise and get great results. (I’ll explain how a bit later…)

In the past, visualisation was hardly ever discussed… let alone taught. Almost all the top performers were visualising, but there was no standard path to learning it. If you wanted to be successful, you had to do all the work to discover it and master it yourself.

Recently, peak performers in the sports world have found practical ways to apply it on a consistent basis. They’re making huge leaps forwards as a result. It’s got to the point where visualisation is almost compulsory if you want to have any chance of getting to the top in sport.

But the information on how to use it is hard to find, difficult to understand, and aimed at people who are so committed that they’re willing to dedicate hours a day to this.

I want to change that.

Visualisation is such a powerful, multi-purpose tool that no-one who plays music should be without it. It’s easy to use and hugely effective – even if you’re a busy person with no more than a couple of minutes to spare.

Eventually, I believe that every musician will use it to accelerate their practice and reach higher levels when they perform for others. But right now, if you’re one of the first to get on board with visualisation then you’ll be giving yourself a massive unfair advantage…

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In case you don’t know me already, I’m Mark Morley-Fletcher – a jazz guitarist and educator. I'll show you what I came up with in just a minute.

Before we get into that and all the incredible benefits that visualisation brings, though, I need to explain why it’s so effective…

Why Visualisation Is So Effective

You might be wondering how imaginary pictures can possibly help you play better music.

Well, there’s plenty of scientific research to back up what’s going on, but first we need to clear up exactly what we mean when we talk about “visualisation”:

It’s about recreating the whole experience in your mind.

Image of a brain

That certainly involves seeing images of what it will look like. But it includes all the other senses too.

When you visualise effectively, you’re also feeling the movements you’ll make… hearing the sound as you play… experiencing the emotions from the situation… and much more besides.

(Misconceptions about this explain one of the reasons why people think visualisation doesn’t work for them when it actually could. We’ll get to that a bit later, though…)

And this is the key to why visualisation is so effective…

Your brain can’t tell the difference between the situation where you’re physically playing your instrument, and one where you imagine it vividly.

If you can make your visualisation vivid enough that it seems real to your brain (I’ll explain how to do this in a bit) then the exact same neural pathways activate as when you play “for real”.

Research studies show that this does indeed translate into measurable real-world improvements. And this holds true for both experts and beginners alike.

As you might imagine, the signals from your brain are what drive everything that you do. So visualisation has the power to impact everything about your music as a result.

Let’s look at some of the ways it can help…

An Endless List Of Potential Benefits…

When you know that visualisation has its effects deep in the brain, you can understand why it’s able to deliver benefits in such an incredibly wide range of areas.

Your brain is what underlies every aspect of your experience and performance. So when you work on making changes there, you’re able to affect pretty much every aspect of how you play music.

This makes visualisation an important tool for any musician. You don’t need to take advantage of everything that it has to offer, though – simply pick and choose the applications that will help you reach your individual goals.

Boost Your Technical Skills

Visualisation is a great tool to help you learn and master physical technique.

No matter how hard you try, you’ll never make your physical movements 100% perfect. However, when you visualise, then you’re completely in control. You can do perfect reps every time.

This gets you better results, faster.

The legendary golfer, Jack Nicklaus, often described the difference this made to his results:

"I never hit a shot, not even in practice, without having a very sharp, in-focus picture of it in my head. It's like a color movie.
First I 'see' the ball where I want it to finish, nice and white and sitting up high on the bright green grass. Then the scene quickly changes and I 'see' the ball going there: its path, trajectory, and shape, even its behavior on landing. Then there is this sort of fadeout, and the next scene shows me making the kind of swing that will turn the previous images to reality.
I believe a few moments of movie-making might work some small miracles in your game" 

The science backs Nicklaus’s opinion up. And it shows that this sort of visualisation brings other rewards too. Alongside the straight performance benefits it increases your motivation and drive towards your goals.

A 1995 study divided golfers into two groups – one that used visualisation alongside physical practice, and one that just did “normal” physical practice.

The visualisation group improved more than the other group. But it didn’t stop there…

The subjects in the visualisation group also had more realistic self-expectations, set higher goals to achieve, and stuck closer to their training programs after the experiment was finished.

Play Your Best Every Time

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Visualisation is also a powerful way to get better results when the time comes to perform. Physical technique is only one part of what’s needed for great performances – you also need to be in the right mental state in order to play your best.

You can use visualisation to deliberately change your emotional state before performance so that you play your best right from the start.

You can use it to:

  • Calm nerves
  • Get more energy
  • Boost your confidence
  • Connect with the emotion in the music you’re about to play
  • Or any number of other things...

The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.

Exactly what you aim for is up to you. But you might like to take inspiration from the great Brazilian footballer, Pelé. He was such a fan of this that he would arrive early before every single game he played in order to run through his half-hour visualisation routine.

Pelé would lie down with his eyes closed and watch a film in his mind’s eye. He’d start with vivid memories of the joy he felt playing on the beach as a kid – connecting strongly with his pure love of the game itself.

Then he’d relive some of his greatest moments in international competitions – enjoying the intensity of those winning feelings over and over again.

Finally, he’d imagine himself playing at his absolute best in the upcoming match. He’d see himself dribbling past defenders… scoring goals… Most importantly this was not just about seeing images, but also about feeling the emotions associated with success.

Once the visualisation was done, he could relax because he had already primed his mind for victory. By the time he jogged into the stadium, he was (almost literally) unstoppable.

Do you remember that I mentioned earlier how your brain can’t tell the difference between a vividly imagined experience and the real thing?

This is what makes visualisation the single best way to practice for performance. It literally gets you closer to the real thing than physical practice can ever do because you can simulate ALL the performance conditions and emotions (in a way that would otherwise be impossible).

And being mentally prepared like this means never being surprised by anything. When you use visualisation intelligently this gives you the best chance. You have already developed strong, positive responses for any challenging situations that may arise.

This only works IF you can visualise vividly, of course…

Don’t worry, though. This is a skill that anyone can deliberately develop. I’ll explain how that’s possible a bit later. There are a couple more benefits of visualisation to uncover first…

Build Self-Belief And A Long-Term Vision

When you have clear goals, visualisation is one of the most powerful techniques for building self-confidence that you can achieve them. And it helps you fuel the determination to show up every day and do the work required to get you there.

Arnold Schwarzenegger credits visualisation with a big part of his success throughout life. Not only in his bodybuilding and movie careers, but also as he transitioned to become governor of California.

In each case, his very first action was to create a vivid picture of what it would look and feel like once he achieved the goal. Then he’d regularly spend time reviewing these visualisations as he moved relentlessly towards it.

When you can see something, then you can achieve it. It doesn’t sound like much, but the potential power of this is phenomenal.

For example, there were no South Korean women golfers on the pro tour in 1997. Then Se Ri Pak won two major tournaments in 1998…

Just over a decade later there were more than 40 South Korean women on the tour and they won one third of all events!

Before Se Ri Pak’s victories there was no reason for South Korean girls to imagine themselves as top golfers. Once they had a concrete role model to guide their dreams, though, it was natural to visualise themselves in that position. It created the self-belief and drive they needed and that was enough to open the floodgates for their future dominance…

With the right instruction and guidance, you’ll be able to tap into this power for yourself at will.

Get Results That Other Practice Can NEVER Deliver

What we’ve discussed so far only scratches the surface of what visualisation can do for your music. It’s all been about how it can accelerate your progress to things that are already possible.

And that’s a great thing…

But the real power of visualisation is that it’s not limited by reality!

Because it takes place entirely in your mind, you’re free to imagine things that are otherwise impossible.

Visualisation can remove blocks that you’re unable to get past in physical practice because your imagination isn’t restricted by your current physical limits. This allows you to jump ahead when you’re stuck – in a way that might take years of struggle with “normal” practice.

Or maybe you’d never get past that barrier without visualisation to help you…

As T. S. Eliot said:

"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go."

The problem for most musicians has been that it was impossible to go “too far”. Now, visualisation removes that boundary and sets you up to discover what you’re really capable of…

But how do you actually learn to visualise? And can anyone do it?

Will Visualisation Work For Me?

Everyone differs in their natural ability to visualise. Some can picture vividly in great detail. Others can "see" and experience very little.

But the important thing to know is that visualisation is a skill. And the more you practice it, the better you’ll get. So – no matter what your ability is right now – you can improve significantly with the right training.

This starts with a clear understanding of what exactly you’re trying to achieve.

Thinking is not visualising. Simply delivering a running commentary in your head describing the scene you’re trying to imagine won’t get you results.

Instead, your visualisation should be rich in all the senses to the point where it’s like reality. You actually need to see the images… hear the sounds… feel the movements…

Even once you know that, there’s another trap that often trips people up…

It’s tempting to try and jump straight to including all of these senses at the same time. This is overwhelming and results in failure.

Instead, you want to work on the different components individually and systematically. When you start simple, and focus on just one modality at a time then things are manageable and you can progress quickly.

Anyone can develop their skills when the training exercises break things down into the right sequence of carefully ordered tiny steps. I’ll share the way I teach this in just a bit…

Yes, the “naturals” will achieve greater heights than those who struggle at first. But anyone who puts the right effort into this will end up at a skill level way above that of the general population.

(And if you still doubt your ability, consider this… If you’ve ever had a vivid dream, then that’s proof that your mind can visualise at a high level. All you have to do is learn how to access that ability at will)

It does take some effort to develop your visualisation skills. Luckily, the results are well worth it…

Research shows that – although everyone benefits from using visualisation – people with good visualisation skills get significantly better results than those whose visualisation ability is poor. And this holds true no matter how experienced you are in the skill you want to train.

One study included both expert and novice trampolinists. The group that used visualisation got significantly better results from practice that the group which didn’t visualise. The stronger their visualisation skills, the bigger difference there was for the visualisation group. And novices saw the same level of accelerated progress as experts did.

So how do you train your visualisation skills effectively and tap into all those incredible benefits on offer?

Introducing Visualisation for Musicians

I’ve put together everything you need to develop and apply your visualisation skills into a course called “Visualisation for Musicians”.

It works for any instrument (including singers) and any style of music. Musicians at all levels – from occasional amateurs through to teachers and full-time pro performers – have all taken the material in the course and used it to get outstanding results.

The key is that the course is specifically designed to make it as quick and easy as possible for you to get just the things you really need.

There’s a huge amount of theory that you could learn about visualisation – but that’s not what will actually get you results.

So the course gives you the bare minimum of theory and instead gets you straight into applying the concepts in practice. What’s more, all the exercises are set up with guided audio tracks to walk you through every step.

And if you want to go deeper, or take things in different directions from the guided audios then all the instructions are there for you to do just that.

There’s also the fact that visualisation can be used to improve in a huge range of different ways. This is one of its strengths, but it makes it easy to get overwhelmed.

The course is specifically set up to avoid this potential obstacle.

You don’t have to wade through all the information on every topic. Instead, it helps you identify which topic is most relevant for YOU and then allows you to jump straight to that individual section.

The ways in which you can use this to improve your music are endless. Here are just a few of the areas you could transform by applying the visualisations inside the course:

  • Learn faster in practice sessions
  • Improve your motivation and discipline to practice
  • Strengthen the belief that you’re capable of achieving your long-term goals
  • Break through barriers in your physical technique
  • Reduce nerves before a performance
  • Access your Ideal Performance State on demand
  • And more…

You can focus on just a couple of areas which seem most appealing to you and ignore the others… Or use them all!

The choice is yours.

Check out what these musicians have to say about the course:

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"In terms of effort/benefit ratio this course really pays off!"

“Visualisation for Musicians is rooted in performance psychology and neuroscience. Mark gives you tools to implement visualization routines for practice and performance that really work. I myself benefitted hugely from his instructions for constructing a “Highlights Reel” that I now use every morning before I practice (and which by the way is a great way to start your day…).

In terms of effort/benefit ratio this course really pays off! The more so as the exercises and methods of this course can also be applied to many other recreational and professional purposes. I highly recommend it!”

- Christoph Ploner

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"It's easy to do. Brilliant! I Love It!"

"What I loved about Visualization for Musicians is that we had a choice to work either on:
Skill Development
Improve Performance
Motivation and Planning

My weakest link at the time was the motivation part. I would play a few days in a row and when I was getting good I would sabotage myself and stopped playing for a while. When I picked up again, I was back to square one.

With the Visualization, I made a plan, visualized my plan, and kept going ever since. It's easy to do because Mark has even given me some guided audio tracks to work with. Brilliant! I Love It!"

- Jocelyne Lavoie

"I have used the guided audios before public performances"

"As I had greatly benefited from the Unlock Your Performance and Practice Multiplier courses, I was eager to take the Visualisation course. I wasn’t disappointed.

The guided audios are extremely helpful. I have now used them twice before public performances, listening to one every day during the week preceding the performance. They help to boost my confidence and to reproduce the feeling of sitting down to the piano just before performing, so that it feels familiar by the time the actual performance comes around.

I also use the audios for improving technical skills in my regular practice."

- Janet Mitchell

#1: Guided Audios For Easy & Immediate Progress

I’ve made it as simple as possible to reap the benefits of visualisation straight away.

You don’t have to study before you get started… And you don’t have to worry about remembering instructions correctly… I’ve done the work for you and created guided audio tracks that walk you through all the key visualisations.

All you have to do is sit back and listen.

In fact, it’s not only effortless to listen along to the guided audios – it’s a positively pleasurable and relaxing experience.

However, this isn’t just a “lazy” option. Even the most dedicated and serious student will benefit from including these in their visualisation toolbox. 

  • Get started as quickly as possible… it’s easy to do a quick visualisation session whenever and wherever you have a few spare minutes
  • Lots of different audio tracks to choose from – pick the ones that work best for you
  • Different lengths of audio tracks available – select ones that fit the amount of time you have available
  • Neuroscience research shows visualisation works better when paired with relaxation and affirmations. The guided audios do this for you automatically
  • Guidance on how to use guided audio tracks effectively (without this they can start of really helpful and lose their impact over time)

#2: Create Your Own UNIQUE Path

The guided audios included with the course cover a lot of ground. But there’s a huge benefit from exploring the possibilities when you visualise in ways that are completely unique to you.

You get all the tools and exercises you need to visualise on your own. These allow you to fine tune the small details to match your own exact preferences. And to create entirely new scenarios.

Here’s some of what you’ll learn:

  • How just a few seconds of visualisation before a practice session sets you up for better results
  • The “Highlights Reel” protocol used by top athletes that allows you to strengthen your performance confidence in just 3 minutes a day
  • When to review past successes and when to imagine future goals for motivation (each can be very effective at different times – you need to know when to use each one)
  • How visualisation allows you to change your emotional state before performance so that you play your best right from the start
  • Why emotions work like muscles – and how you can use visualisation to train and strengthen positive emotions
  • How to use visualisation to practice without the instrument – get results from time that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to use for music!
  • How to use visualisation to learn new repertoire faster, and play more reliably from memory
  • The key physical and emotional feelings that you need to make sure you include in your visualisations for effective impacts on your physical practice
  • How visualisation allows you to use “impossible” images that are even more powerful than sticking to realistic ones
  • Why you don’t always want to visualise positive outcomes (and how to use negative images so they actually boost your performances)
  • How to use visualisation to heighten sensory awareness – become more aware of tone, expression, intonation, and more

#3: Train Your Skills For Even Better Results

You’ll see improvements in your music as soon as you start using visualisation. But investing some time in deliberately training your ability to visualise will multiply these results still further.

The course is specifically designed to make this as easy and efficient as possible. It breaks things down into bite-sized and highly targeted small individual exercises sequenced in the right order. This allows you to work on improving your skills whenever you have a spare minute.

It also makes the process much more efficient because it’s not all or nothing. You pick only the exercises that are important for you and ignore all the rest.

Here’s a small selection of what’s included:

  • Why simply thinking about something is NOT the same as visualising it… and how to do it properly
  • Specific exercises that develop your ability to "visualise" sounds (This is really important for musicians. Training this goes way beyond visualisation and will help your music in many different ways...)
  • How everyone has preferred “modalities” that they use when visualising – and the specific exercises that will deliberately strengthen your weaker ones to give yourself a quick and easy boost
  • Why the intensity of your visualisations matters – and specific exercises that give you the power to dial this up at will
  • Exercises that train each different component of visualising separately (Don’t waste time on untargeted practice. You’ll isolate the most important areas for you and only train those!)
  • How far beyond your current level of ability you should aim to visualise (HINT: you don’t want to limit yourself to what’s currently possible. But you don’t want to go too far either)
  • The “LSRT” method for systematically improving the quality of your visualisations one element at a time
  • Why speed of imagery matters and when to use each one (slow-motion, normal, and fast-forward)
  • Audio tracks that take you through the exercises to develop your skills. You can put them on anytime, anywhere and just follow along

Here's What You’ll Get When You Join The Course Today:

  • Bite-sized video lessons available on-demand as soon as you join. These lessons will teach you the key understandings that you must follow to visualise music effectively. They show you where to apply visualisation to improve your music, and they show you how to improve your visualisation skills so that your practice is more effective.
  • Guided audio tracks that make it effortless for you to put the concepts from the course into practice. All you have to do is sit back and listen!
  • Simple but powerful exercises that you can do on your own. These mean that you’re not limited to what’s in the audios – you have everything you need to apply the course concepts to your own unique situation and goals.
  • A Q&A call recording that goes much deeper into understanding and implementing the material in the course (there's over an hour of hugely valuable material here. But don't worry! The accompanying show notes allow you to jump straight to the sections that interest you and skip everything else)

This is the only course I know of that shows you how to apply the incredible power of visualisation to your music.

The tools inside the course have the ability to change the way you play forever. You’ll gain technique faster, boost your motivation and self-confidence, come closer to achieving your potential in performance, break through barriers that had kept you stuck for years, and much more…

If you were to make a breakthrough in just one of those areas, that would be a game changer for your music.

So I reckon $400 would be more than a fair price.

But I believe this is knowledge that every musician deserves to have. I want to make it available to as many people as possible.

So I’m not even going to charge you a quarter of that. I’m giving you the course for just $99.

That’s about the cost of a couple of music lessons in order to get the insights that could open new doors for your music.

All you have to do is hit the "Join now" button below to get all of this right now.

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"Helped make my practice much, much more effective and fun"

"I’d been struggling to make real progress with my guitar playing for some time. Now Visualisation for Musicians has shown me where to look when practising gets harder.

Sometimes the knowledge is available and in essence very simple, but someone has to point you in the right direction. Mark has helped me to make my practising much, much more effective and – the best part – so much more fun.

Not tricks, those won’t work, but proven scientific insights made practical. Proud of myself I’ve dared to follow the course! "

- Frank Wielers

"Helped with focussing my practice sessions and preparing for performance"

"I enjoyed this course and found it very useful. It really highlights how helpful visualisation is in a range of situations – learning new skills, getting into the right emotional state, building self-confidence and improving performance.

Mark’s ideas are based on research and he explains the role of visualisation in a very accessible way. He takes you through some really helpful practical exercises to build the ability to visualise and to work out where and how you can use visualisation to enhance your musical ability and achieve your goals.

I did the course a few months ago and it has helped particularly with focussing my practice sessions and preparing for performance. Learning to build clear pictures in the mind really does change behaviour and mental state. Thanks, Mark for a great course!"

- Anne Stewart

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"Helpful for someone like me who’s inexperienced in visualisation"

"The guided audios are very helpful for someone like me who’s inexperienced in visualisation. With different options you can pick the one that suits you best in any state of mind."

- Jesper Lindhard

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"Regular listening produces noticeable progress"

"Dear Mark, I have been following your material with great interest since I discovered your videos on Youtube. Your direct, concrete and varied approach effectively complements my weekly lesson with a teacher.

I particularly appreciated the Visualization for Musicians course – I regularly listen to the 4 chapters, experiencing noticeable progress.

Many thanks. Vincent"

- Vincent Tillier

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How long is the course?

There’s a huge amount of theory that you could learn about visualisation – but that’s not what will actually get you results. So the course is designed to make it as quick and easy as possible for you to get just the things you really need.

If you’re simply interested in following the guided audio tracks then you can listen to these whenever and wherever you want – no need to spend time on anything else. They range from just a couple of minutes long up to about 15 minutes depending on the application you want to use them for and your personal preference (most of them are available in short and long versions).

Otherwise, the video lessons that make up the bulk of the course last just over an hour. So you could get through the whole thing very quickly (although you will probably want to review the important parts more than once).

However, the real benefits come when you visualise consistently on an ongoing basis. Just a few minutes is enough to give significant results, though.

You can do all this at your own pace.

And this small investment of your time will pay for itself many times over. Once you get visualisation working for you it will accelerate the results you get from your “normal” music practice and improve your performances.

There is also over an hour of a recorded Q&A session. You don't need to go through this material, but it is there to help you out if you want. And there are timestamps for the various questions that get answered so you can skip straight to the parts that are relevant to you.

Can I go through the course at my own pace?

Absolutely!

You get lifetime access to the course. You can go through the lessons at whatever speed you want, and you can revisit them as often as you like in the future.

How do I access the course after signing up?

You will receive INSTANT digital access to the course. After you sign up, you’ll get an email straight away with all your login details and the link to access the dedicated course website.

Which means that just minutes from now you could be well on your way to playing freely from memory...

There's nothing to ship, and you'll have access to all the material for life.

You can access the course on whatever device you prefer. Phone, laptop, tablet etc - they all work just fine.

The lessons are primarily delivered through video, but there’s text instructions and other materials where needed to support the key concepts and exercises. The guided audio tracks are available to download so you can use them offline – whenever and wherever you want.

Is there a guarantee?

Of course.

In fact, when you join Visualisation for Musicians, you have a full 30 days to decide whether you want to keep it.

Meaning, you get an entire MONTH to try out all the concepts and exercises for yourself.

If you feel like you’re not feeling the benefits that you’d hoped for…

Just send my support team an email and we’ll issue a refund right away. No questions asked and no hassle.

It really is a no-risk offer.

Is the course suitable for me if I'm not an advanced musician?

Research shows that visualisation accelerates learning for people at all skill levels – from complete beginners all the way through to experts. Additionally, visualisation can be used to help with things like motivation and self-confidence that are important regardless of your level.

So you can apply the visualisations in the course to whatever you’re working on at any level.

What areas of my music will this help with?

Visualisation can improve your learning and performances in endless different ways – it’s only limited by your imagination! Here are just a few of the results you can achieve with the visualisations inside the course:

  • Learn faster in practice sessions
  • Improve your motivation and discipline to practice
  • Strengthen the belief that you’re capable of achieving your long-term goals
  • Break through barriers in your physical technique
  • Reduce nerves before a performance
  • Access your Ideal Performance State on demand
  • And more…

You can focus on just a couple of areas which seem most appealing to you and ignore the others… Or use them all!

The choice is yours.

Will this help me in other areas besides music?

The course is specifically designed for improving your music – so the guided audio tracks all focus on that goal.

However, visualisation is a tool that can be applied to anything. Once you’ve learned the basics of how to visualise then you can use the approaches from the course in any area of your life.

And when you use the exercises in the course to improve your visualisation skills, this improved ability will apply to any visualisations you do in the future.

I would not recommend joining the course if your aim is only to use visualisation for areas outside music. But you may well find that this is a nice extra bonus on top of improving your music.

Does this overlap with your other courses?

Visualisation for Musicians is completely separate to all the other courses available through Play In The Zone (including Unlock Your Performance). These courses can be taken in any order. There is no need to complete any other courses before you start Visualisation for Musicians.

A couple of the visualisation exercises in this course are also included in Unlock Your Performance. So there is a small overlap there. However, Visualisation for Musicians covers a much wider range of topics and goes into a lot more depth than Unlock Your Performance. Not to mention that Visualisation for Musicians has all the guided audio tracks...

Students who already had Unlock Your Performance report that adding Visualisation for Musicians has been extremely helpful for them. So if you're keen to access the full benefits that visualisation has to offer then I'd recommend joining the course - even if you already own Unlock Your Performance.

You’re based in the UK – so why is the price in US dollars?

There are students joining the course from countries all around the world. The US dollar is the currency that’s most familiar globally and so that’s what I use.

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