Reflections – Repeatedly Aim for Better Things

This episode is part of the “Reflections” series of podcast episodes, which are short, minutes long reflections about a quote or other thought from Dr. Shinichi Suzuki’s philosophy or writing. The purpose of these reflections is to give parents and teachers a chance to spend a few minutes thinking about how great the impact might be on the world and our children with merely a slight moment of reflection about a behavior, thought, or attitude.

This episode discusses the importance of perfect repetition in order to build good habits and avoid the unwelcome process of unlearning incorrect habits.

If you have a comment or suggestion, you can leave me a voice message on my voicemail line at 512-537-6356 or send me an email at paula@teachsuzuki.com.

If you need some suggestions about setting up a review program for your students or children, check out my new YouTube channel and a video about the importance of a regular and consistent review program. Click here to watch that video. And be sure to hit the “like” button, leave a comment, and subscribe to the channel!

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Until next time,

Happy Practicing!

—– Paula —–

Author: Paula Bird

I am a professional violinist, university teacher, and private instructor with training in the Suzuki Method of Talent Education. I have decades of experience as a teacher and am willing to share my knowledge with parents and teachers of children who are learning music using the Suzuki Method.

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