Ep 6. 3 step evaluations after competition

There are many ways to evaluate after a competition, but here is a simple 3 step, easy to remember way to evaluate.

Evaluation is key to getting better. The more you evaluate your dancing, the quicker you can figure out what you need to address next and the quicker you will progress. Don’t skip evaluating your comps!

First, look at what went well. Do this FIRST. Be profuse, don’t hold back, be as detailed as possible. Show yourself what went well so you can repeat and solidify it.

Second, look at what didn’t go well. Don’t be profuse. Don’t belabor it and don’t overdo it. We just need to look long enough to figure out what we are going to do about it, which leads to step three…

Step three is to figure out what you will do differently. What did you learn, and how are you going to apply it going forward?

Simple!

It’s time to

LEVEL UP!

 Isn’t it time you took your dancing to the next level? Your head is what’s in the way and I can help. The fastest way to get started is to just book a consult. It’s free, it’s fun, and we can skip right to addressing your specific wants and needs for your ballroom journey. You’ve got nothing to lose!

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