Tag Archives: goals

Why I Need to Get Out of My Practice Room More Often

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Here we are at the halfway point in the year. As we begin the second half of 2014, we can […]


The Top Seven Reasons You Need Kaleidoscope Practice

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What is Kaleidoscope Practice? Kaleidoscope Practice is my system for approaching your daily practice with the “finish” in mind. Whether […]


Do You Practice Your Why?

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“Why?” is the biggest question in the world. It’s annoying when a toddler asks it incessantly. “Why?” is your frustration […]


Balance Your Musical Life in 2014

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The New Year is the time for setting goals and making plans. But without making your goals part of a […]


What Did You Do This Year? What Are Your Goals for 2014?

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What did you do this year? Now is a great time to take stock of what you accomplished in the […]


Why You Shouldn’t Practice Over the Holidays (and 3 Things to Do Instead)

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“Don’t practice over the holidays!” That’s something all my students would love to hear me say. Unfortunately for many of […]


What to Do When Frustration Threatens Your Success

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From time to time, we all experience what I call “potentially terminal frustration.” This is the kind of deep frustration […]


12 Ways to Start NOW!

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  We all have dreams and goals, but achieving those dreams and goals is not easy. There are endless traps […]


Mastery or Fluency?

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That hippest harpist Deborah Henson-Conant wrote a great blog post recently about mastery. She pointed out that the heralded “10,000 […]


3 Reasons You Need to Attend Harp Mastery Day

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Saturday, June 22 I will be giving workshops at “Lark Music Presents Anne Sullivan’s Harp Mastery.” I am very excited […]