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Positive Practice Reflection

Updated: Jan 18

Spending a lot of time concentrating on all the flaws in our playing is necessary for effective practice. It's easy to become fixated on all the things we find difficult, and there are benefits to improving our weaknesses. According to Bulletproof Musician, research suggests that top performers and athletes devote a higher proportion of their time to strengthening their areas of weakness.


Some educators and musicians contend that we should also devote some time to developing our strongest traits. You can try to record yourself, play it back, and note as many positive as critical points as you can. Therefore, you have to put down one thing that you thought sounded nice or is improving for every criticism you have of your performance.


You can read more about better practice habits here!



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