Category: what happens in a lesson

You have my complete, divided attention

Have you ever noticed what’s going through your mind during conversations? Are you listening or are you wondering what the person speaking meant? Are you wondering whether those listening might be judging you? Are you just waiting to jump in and tell a story of your own?

A more modern possibility – are you (surreptitiously) looking at your smart phone?

How many times during a day do you do just one thing at a time?

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“How do I do this for myself?” Thoughts on this common question after early lessons

Quite often after a lesson, particularly an early or first lesson a student will ask me ‘How do I do this for myself?’ And quite often my reply will start with a question:

“Who just did it now?”

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