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Why is progress so slow...?

Have you ever been frustrated by things in the practice room not “sticking?” Or ever wonder why performances can be so inconsistent from one to the next, and why it can be difficult to play on stage, like you do in the practice room when nobody’s watching?

It’s easy to conclude that you just have to practice more (and sure, sometimes that doesn’t hurt!), or that you’ve reached the limits of your ability.

But more often than not, it has more to do with the need to make adjustments to how we practice – not how much.

Practicing for skill vs. practicing for performance

Research tells us that practicing effectively is a skill. And that performing up to one’s full abilities under pressure is also a skill – both of which are unique challenges, requiring different methods of preparation. Methods and strategies that are often left out of our daily practice, because they’re not always the most intuitive .

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