Our data comes from Gary Goldschneider's 40-year empirical study of the life stories of more than 20,000 people, analyzed by date of birth. Gary looked at 50 people born on your birthday and found the personality traits held in common by 45 of them.
Ever wonder what makes some classes a slog and others a breeze? One reason is that when you were a high school student, there wasn’t really much of a chance you’d use concepts from trigonometry and chemistry every day. You weren’t learning about trigonometry so that you could then go out and calculate the cosine of an angle for fun. Instead, you were most likely memorizing concepts just long enough to pass a test, and.
You just need to approach it the right way, and make sure you choose music you enjoy. The second most important part? Self-study.
Learning something new always creates a new experience.
However, despite this, I think my experience of music as a kid gave me a good, healthy perspective on practice. Its a bit like public speaking when youre not completely prepared .
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