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Old 11-23-2012, 04:51 PM   #9
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Re: Coach-abilty

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Originally Posted by luvsviola View Post
My almost 6 year old is like this. Her way is always "right" which is really hard at violin lessons sometimes because it is precise and she doesn't see the importance of good hand position. If it isn't a priority, she won't change.

I think some is developed, but some is personality and inborn.
this is me. I think it's just personality.

I am extremely competitive and all that, but I also have difficulty focusing on things I don't prioritize and no amount of pushing me changes that. Mostly referring to how I was growing up when I was in band, etc. I was passionate about it - I loved it - but I was only so-coachable and then I wasn't.

I always said that I was a 'jack of all trades, master of none'. I was more interested in being good at lots of things than really great at one thing.
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