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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Practice is not a piñata

Here is a great article about how PAUSING in the middle of your practice can be the key to
actually making progress in the practice room. He notes that learning occurs in the time between our practice attempts. While it's not clear if there is a "perfect pause length, five seconds seems like a good length to try. And who doesn't have five seconds? It's better than beating your head against the wall (metaphorically, of course).

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