Perfectionism Resources

The brain is a funny thing.  If you get used to a location for something like practice, it becomes attuned to the context, comfortable, if you will.  When you change the context (that can be the actual location, or adding people who are listening), the brain has to adjust or it will make mistakes.  One way to do this is to practice in different locations.  Another is to perform for people often to get experience being judged (listened to) by others--grab a roommate for five minutes, volunteer to perform in church, etc.  Eventually, you can become habituated to change, and you also may find that you don't know a piece well enough to perform it in a different context, so more or more effective rehearsal is in order. -Rob Dunn

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