Want to Improve? Embrace Failure!

guitar playing Aug 13, 2018

Maybe you've seen the Will Smith video, Fail Early, Fail Often, Fail Forward?

As an advancing musician or teacher (or any other artistic or creative practitioner), you must always reach just beyond your abilities and experience. Seeking the edges and pushing the envelope is equally exciting and terrifying. And it is the only way to improve.

Failing and mistakes must be not only an accepted part of the process, but invited and welcomed. Failure and mistakes are opportunities. Chances to identify and improve. And failures and mistakes lead to further discoveries.

Don't shy away from challenges, embrace them. Recognize your failures. Name your mistakes. Identify the source, improve your skills and keep pushing.

The path to progress is not easy, but it's worth it!

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