I teach a guitar method where the player becomes good by focusing on relaxing, as well as on following a few, very simple principles. This takes the school-reminiscent aspect, usually present when someone wants to become great at guitar, out of the whole thing. This is as fun as jamming with some friends, and at the same time, it can be used to become incredibly good; it's very fast, very versatile, and you get a great sense of rhythm or just become very expressive through the instrument.
This is completely different to your run-of-the-mill guitar method, and it's going to blow you away. If you, like I, have failed constantly for x number of years, and you want to finally let go of performance anxiety, start having fun and drive your skills through the stratosphere, this is the method for you. It's a relaxed, fun way to become a guitar hero.
This method is great because it's not based on repetition, but the opposite. Constant change equals constant challenge equals constant growth.