Month: November 2014

How I learned to ‘walk without a limp’

I’ve been totally excited for the past couple months–I finally have an actual mastermind group that I belong to! And here’s one of the reasons why I’m excited… First of all, what IS a mastermind group? Here’s one definition–http://www.thesuccessalliance.com/what-is-a-mastermind-group.html The

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The benefits of slow practice

I talk to my students a lot about breaking down what they’re working on into smaller pieces and practicing slowly. I want to spend a little time taking about this, and how it applies outside of music. This is important

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I have ‘writers block’. Discuss.

One of the things that I do to keep this blog up and running on a weekly basis is I have a number of blog topics lined up in advance. Many of them, in fact, I’ve also already written. And

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My first teaching memory

I recently read a quote that good teaching is good talking. And I grew up around teachers–my mom and my stepfather were both teachers. So, even though I figured out late in life that I was put here to teach,

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