Make a plan for what you want to be in say 6 months and then split it up into smaller milestone and then work accordingly.
As an example....Say in 6 months, you plan is to finish all Major / Minor / 7th Chords. Know Major, Minor scale. Basic Chord Progressions over a Major, Minor Scale. 3 Keys and maybe 2 or 3 songs.
You have roughly 25 to 26 weeks in 6 months. So plan it up as
Week1: All Major Minor Chords
Week2: Scale practise in 2 positions in a single key.
Week3: Scale Practise in 2 more positions in the same key and also chord progressions.
Week4: Scale Practise over the entire Fretboard and also improvise over the chord progressions.
Week5: Revise all of them. Try another key.
Also split your time for every practise session...
Say you are sitting for a two hour practise session...
Split it as
20 Mins Warm Up: 10 Mins - Left Hand, 10 Mins for Right Hand
30 Mins: Scale Practise over Fretboard. Also learn small licks in that scale.
20 Mins: Chord Practise with quick chord changes.
30 Mins: Technique Study....Like Picking exercises, Legato exercises.
20 Mins: Theory / Fretboard study like knowing every note in the fretboard.
This is just a sample. Try your own...
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