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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Sunday Patience

Sunday Patience

Of all the virtues dancers need to have like perseverance, intelligence, optimism, etc., the most important one may be patience. Dance training takes time, and more time, and even more time - right? It is a slow process.

But that being said, it is a very effective process for those who work hard and are willing to wait. Those who trust that the effort they put forth every day will, eventually, pay off. In other words, waiting and working with a good attitude.

The next time impatience rears up and confronts you, take a deep breath and remind yourself that patience is crucial and its definition is simple: the ability to wait with a good attitude.

From the Big Blue Book of Ballet Secrets:

Motivational Secret #105:  
“Strive to foster patience: the ability to wait (and work) with a good attitude.”

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