Practice Between Comfort and Panic

(The Attributes of Deliberate Practice: Design and Intention) How many times have you ambled into your practice room, setup your instrument, gotten yourself situated, and then thought, “Okay…now what?” Yep — same here. That used to happen to me far too often. And here’s the bad news: whatever might happen after that, it’s not deliberate practice. That’s because one of the defining attributes of deliberate practice is that it’s designed. It’s planned out in advance, thoughtfully and intentionally, with a sense of both where you’re going and how you get there. It is …

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