Let's face it. Practice is a necessary evil to becoming skilled at anything. Sure, one can have natural skills that can allow one person to learn faster than another, but everyone needs to take time in the practice room to become proficient. The key to practice success is that what you do in the practice room has a tremendous impact on how fast you learn and how quickly you can learn a piece and be able to perform it with excellence. Here are ten things and a bonus eleventh that will help a pianist best use their time in the practice room.