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Comparison is the thief of joy.
A dose of patience can calm frayed nerves in the practice room and mean the difference between successful session and all-out war.
Suzuki kids can be incredibly hard-working and responsible. They can also be perfectionists.
Low frustration tolerance can lead to dysfunctional practice and impaired progress. Here’s how to deal with it.
A classic lecture by Ed Sprunger.
The benefits of having a growth mindset are well-known. But it is often confused with effort alone. A growth mindset links specific efforts to positive growth outcomes.
Procrastination (what my mother used to call “dawdling”) is almost universal among kids. Here are some ways to prevent it from derailing practice.