Ep. 64: Shifting into New Gears

If you are dancing and practicing and feeling like you suck, congratulations! This means that you are living at your leading edge. If you were only willing to stay with what you know and be in your comfort zone, you wouldn’t grow into the magnificent dancer you are capable of being. If you feel uncomfortable it means you are willing to do what it takes to get better.

When you are working at this leading edge, you will need to shift into new gears. In this episode, I use this metaphor to teach you what it feels like to ask more of yourself and that you should feel so good if this is where you are finding yourself most of the time. Listen in and share it with a friend who also likes to live at their leading edge!

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Other pertinent episodes: Episode 54, Episode 40, Episode 34

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I'm Amber haider

As an amateur ballroom dancer myself, I understand the issues that come up for dancers, the pressures of competing, and the desire to make the most of my ballroom experience. I also really like to WIN! As a Life Coach by vocation, I have the tools to cut through the mental garbage that is holding you back so that you can maximize your potential. Using my own tools, I have been able to skyrocket my own skills, learn faster, lessen the pressure, win more and have tons more fun. I can show you the way. Here’s a couple tools to get you started:

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