Thought of the day ... Yesterday evening in beg2: several people from 'higher' levels coming to recuperate a class or to be extra leader telling me they learned a lot from this class ... Rehearsal, repetition is everything (well, almost ;-)), i can confirm, i'm rehearsing every day ;-) but others who do that too will confirm I'm pretty sure (other teachers, people who regularly dance as extra leaders, ...). Sometimes you'll learn more from a 'lower' level than in your own. Often people want to go fast, move from beg1 to beg2, then int1, int2 and finally adv. As fast as possible ... And then what? And then being for instance in a level that is actually too high for you (because your basic skills are not there yet) which will create frustration for you (at least if you are aware of it ;-)), for your dance partners and for the teachers ... I would say 'slow down' people, there's no competition going on, rushing from level to level is often only good for your ego. And even more important maybe: try to repeat as much as possible, try to be extra leaders or followers in 'low' levels as much as possible, dance with beginners also. I've just started to teach maybe my 50th 'beg1' level, well i'm learning from it every time. Every time. Not just as a teacher, as a dancer i mean ... Well, i'm preaching again, i know, i'll end up an atheist preacher somewhere :-).


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