Ah, the computer password. I’ve got several I have to keep track of, and between them all I’m easily typing in passwords dozens of times a day. You’re probably the same way.
Well someone finally noticed that we’re passing up the perfect opportunity to reinforce positive thinking and behavior: Can a password change your life?
Typing a positive and realistic personal message as a password is a terrific idea from a psychological point of view. [...] People become the words and phrases they say the most.
Note that, despite the examples and advice in the article, a good password doesn’t necessarily have to be super-complicated. Arguably, a better way to make a hard-to-crack yet still easy-to-remember password is to just make it longer.
So maybe a password along these lines could improve your accordion playing?
IWillPracticeEveryDay KeepThatElbowRaised Learn1NewTunePerMonth MaintainASteadyTempo IAmGoingToAceTheAudition!!!
I guess you can’t actually use any of those now that I’ve plastered them all over the internet, but you get the idea…