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It improves more than your flexibility, and it builds more than your strength. From self-confidence to teamwork, here are five life lessons you learn from dance that may help you succeed at school and work, too:. You got there by practicing.
You tried again … you got closer. And finally, you got it. Take your determination to reach your goals to school or work, too.
Spend an extra hour with your textbook. Stay late to put together the best proposal. Think back to your disciplined and perfectionist dance teacher or coach—would she accept anything less than the best? Nope and neither should you when it comes to school work or work projects. Proofread your paper—twice. Double-check your calculations on your lab report. If a fellow dancer is lagging behind, the whole team is affected, and so is the final product.
So speak up and do your part on group projects, and encourage others to shine, too. To succeed in school, work and dance: Rely on your group, and let them rely on you, too. Self Confidence.
Remember the first time you stepped into the dance studio? And the more you learned, the more confidence you gained. Audition for the solo in the school play. Volunteer to present your work in front of a room full of suits.
Are you an awesome baker? Volunteer your best-ever brownies for the bake sale or a party at the office. Do you have an eagle eye? Offer to proofread a final document.Want to teach me how to dance
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