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post Nov 18 2008, 03:48 PM
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I started to think what can help anyone try to accomplish their goals. We use a lot of flow charts here in the coporate world and I was thinking how this could be applied here.

Flow can give anyone a good focal point on how to accomplish their goals. A path through a lot of information that can be overwhelming at times.

By no means this chart I created is done. It maybe very inacurate as well. But Im hoping that an instructor can fill this in with the appropiate flow. Or email me bullet point of specifics in order and I can create the chart if noone has Visio.

It can a few different charts varing from...

1. The Begginer guitar player - Inmtroducing parts of the guitar
2. Picking a different Style - From begining to end, With matching Video and Exercises
3. Music Theory - From knowing nothing to accomplishing something
4. A chart encompassing from the beginner to advance in a specific style.

I hope this makes sense. I think it can be a useful tool for anyone that needs a clear cut agenda rather than asking all the time "Where to Start". Like me smile.gif

Attached is a sample one I create in Visio here at work.

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Dan


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post Nov 18 2008, 03:51 PM
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You're off your trolley lol. But it's a cool diagram. I spend all day putting charts together biggrin.gif

EDIT: Have you done any work today at work biggrin.gif

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post Nov 18 2008, 04:01 PM
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QUOTE (OrganisedConfusion @ Nov 18 2008, 09:51 AM) *
You're off your trolley lol. But it's a cool diagram. I spend all day putting charts together biggrin.gif

EDIT: Have you done any work today at work biggrin.gif


LOL! I have heard that before but it "off your rocker"" here in the states! smile.gif

I wirked a little bit..replaced a couple of motherboards out out of some T61's and T400's. smile.gif


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post Nov 18 2008, 11:17 PM
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That's a very interesting way of making a flow diagram mate. Cool thinking smile.gif


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post Nov 20 2008, 06:08 PM
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Thanks Ivan. But I don't think its concept grasped many people here. Oh well. smile.gif


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post Nov 20 2008, 08:42 PM
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that is.. by lack of a better word.. quite quite interesting..

as a (fairly) new player it is sometimes hard to find out "where" to go next.. there are sooo many possibilities and it can be quite confusing..

What happens is i tend to move in EVERY direction.. scales, techniques, theory.. which can ruin the focus.. having a "plan" like this would make it easier..

I know everyone should have their own lesson plan, but new players may not even know which direction they want to take.. rock, blues, jazz, shredder, etc.

and at what point would it make sense to learn the theory behind what you are doing?!.. when you feel like it, during your practice with that particular subject, or after??

Nice work..

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post Nov 20 2008, 08:51 PM
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Thanks -Zion-

The goal was to take someone new here and give them some sort of plan/direction/flow through the 100's of lessons here and be able to pick the one that fits their needs.

From the chart its would be obvious that you need a specific skill set before moving to the next one etc. It would also be a way to cross off the things as they master them and move onto the next.

Dan

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post Nov 20 2008, 09:01 PM
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Now make it so long that the last box thingy is "John Petrcucci", send it to me, and when I reach Petruccirdom, I might even give you a few coins for your effort D-:

edit: oh yeah, I don't have anything too intelligent to say, sorry :s

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