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As a student, you learn something, then you use it for a while and get very familiar with it until you get bored of your own playing. Then comes a period of input again and the whole process starts over again. Of course your self perception is always much more critical than how others judge you. You have to keep learning and be critical of your achievements, yet exude confidence. Samuel Becket once said “try again, fail again, fail better,” and sociologist Richard Sennet suggested that “failure was the great taboo of modern times.”

4 Clear Reasons to be at the Center of Your Child’s Austin Violin Lessons

Austin Violin Lessons If you’re considering violin classes in Austin for your child, then there is something that you should know. You need to be a part of it. You can’t just send your child to the classes and expect them to succeed. Violin is not the easiest instrument to learn. Even if it were, children would still quit trying to learn once they become disappointed and frustrated. As a parent, you don’t want them to fail, but you also Read More