July Progress Party

Welcome to the Q3 2023 Guitar Progress Party replay! To make sure you don’t miss the next one, please add Wednesday, October 4th @ 11am Mountain Time to your calendar now. If you’ve never attended a 90-Day Progress Party, go here to see how it all works.

Downloads Mentioned in This Workshop

  1. Download TAC Guitar Routine Journal (v1.1 – Interactive PDF)
  2. Download TAC Zoom Backgrounds

Wear Your TAC Gear in the Next Progress Party

What is the 90-Day Progress Party?

These Progress Parties happen at 11am Mountain Time on the first Wednesday of these months:

  • January
  • April
  • July
  • October

Why should you show up?

In the workshop, Tony will guide you through reflecting on your wins from the last 90 days and help you create your next 90-day goal. This is a major bonus to your TAC membership that’s designed to help you re-focus and get inspired by success stories from your fellow TAC Family – and share your own wins! You’ll also get the first look at TAC news and updates.

A replay will be available within a day or two of the live workshop, just click the “Progress Party Replays” link on the right of the Acoustic Tuesday show section of the website.

And here’s a tip! During the breakout session Tony will have a special discussion so even if you attended live you may want to view the replay to see what he discussed!

We hope to see you at the next live Progress Party!

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  1. 6 days a week from 8: to 10: and more I had a slight setback with heart surgery last week but back on track dont want to miss a thing

  2. Tony – Thanks for your open and honest response to my question at the July 90 day progress party. As i mentioned in our discussion the 90 day progress event was perfect for getting me out of my head and back to making a plan to move forward. While I will miss the current format, I am glad to hear that it will continue but take a new form. Finally as a person who has a grown family and looks back over a long career I will say I have never heard anyone say later in life that they wish they had spent more time at the office and missed more of their family moments ! I applaud you for making changes that involve hard choices in order to provide the work life / balance you desire with your growing young family.