Here is what I'm trying. I'm not saying it's working for me because it's too early in the game. I'm not saying it will work for anyone else.
I'm keeping a practice diary.
I get up and I start practicing. Even though I know most scales and all keys blind. I start on the guitar grab a pick and work through both the major and melodic minor scale for a given key. Ten times in the root position and twice in all the other ones. Even at a slow pace it's done in very little time and it gives my confidence a boost. Later I'll try to play the same scale on my LP Pro's. Left hand and right hand separately then because the way it's laid out I'll play it with both hands. If I'm feeling daring I'll try to play it in octaves using both LP's.
After that I'll practice songs I'm working on. All Jazz solo guitar chord/melody stuff. Most I simply try to find a good cover and work from there. I'm constantly either re arranging songs to fit my style of tap plus finger pick or doing my own arrangements. It's work and slows the process down. And then move over to the LP Pro.
When I'm done I'll put everything in my diary with notes on what I have down and what still needs work. The diary (journally) is a desktop app that's always open. It's a way to remind me that I have accomplished some things and to pat myself on the back for that and I haven't accomplished other things. I'm trying to put procrastination behind me which is rough. Forum posts, fb, yt, tv. It's all distraction. I don't want to find myself having permanent potential. I could do much more of everything but I want to focus on what I can do now.
Courseware / Paid lessons are always great because they force you to focus in. When I'm paying for it I work harder and filter out all the other stuff I could do. I played around with the basic version of melodics when I first got the LP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la-hW3GDe8Y
While I can say it helped with many things... The courseware in general wasn't what I was looking for. I wanted to play more of a jazz organ style on my LP's. I've been playing grid controllers long before the LP Pro. I've been playing guitar since the 70's Studied Theory and a lot more at a college level. I just wanted something where I didn't have to think as much to bring my existing skills into a new dimension. Though after the last few days I may go back to melodics and try to make more out of the LP's Because right now it's either apply myself or get rid of them.