The brand I chose to create several years ago when I decided to teach piano online is “Piano In 21 Days.” I knew the main selling point of my method was going to be efficiency so I chose to include a number of days in the title. How I arrived at 21 days is because research says that it takes 21 days to form a habit. I figured if I can put together a curriculum that gets people results in 21 days, AND if I could motivate people to go through this one day at a time for 21 consecutive days, people would then have the knowledge and the habit to enjoy piano for the rest of their lives.
I quickly realized, though, that people are busy. Some of my only students who complete the course in 21 consecutive days are retired and have a lot of time on their hands. I also learned that not going through the course in 21 consecutive days was not a problem. The only requirement to be successful with this curriculum is to make sure you don’t move on to the next day’s lesson until you have “mastered” that day’s lesson.
So, can you learn piano in 21 consecutive days? YES! Can you learn piano in 21 days spread over the course of several months? Also, yes.