I was introduced to this concept in Troy Grady's course 2 days ago, and already I'm playing nearly twice as fast as I was previously able to, and relaxed while doing so. It's a simple idea - take any 6 note sequence for example, and instead of focusing on every note that you play just focus on the first one and ensure it lands on the beat, the following 5 notes are played pretty much mechanically so they fall into place naturally without thinking about them. This video explains it well: Does anyone here use these ideas when playing? With hindsight it's an obvious idea, but in the 25 years I've been playing (on and off) I'd never thought about or tried doing this. Additionally, not one guitar teacher I've had has ever put this idea forward. I think I can make some real progress now. Keen to hear your thoughts.