About Become Your Own Teacher – Quick Practice Tip:
Hi everybody! Vi Wickam here, one last time, for your [my] Talent Forge Quick Tip of the Week!
Today’s a little bit of a bittersweet day for me. This is my last Quick Tip I’m going to give you. I’ve been doing Quick Tips for a little over two years now, and this one is going to be the end of the weekly Quick Tips.
We may put out a few more Quick Tips here and there, as I bring more teacher on [my] Talent Forge and things like that. But this is my last Quick Tip…
So I’m going to take a little more time maybe! And I want to thank you all for coming along with me on this journey, on this journey on this discovery of myself and the rest of us!
I want you to take this lesson to heart.
This Quick Tip is Become Your Own Teacher.
I’m not saying that we don’t all need coaches. Because we do!
But ultimately, when we take responsibility for our own learning process and we become the ultimate arbiter of our own learning, that’s a healthy step.
Whether it’s with music or life, or anything else you’re trying to learn. You’ve got to become your own teacher.
Which means, when you’re practicing, that you’re listening and you’re paying attention to your own mistakes so that you can fix it.
Now, you’ll still need a teacher now and then, you’ll still need help from others. You’ll still need coaching. I and the other teachers of [my] Talent Forge are here for those purposes.
But that doesn’t mean you’re not ultimately responsible for your learning. And that’s the message I want to give you is- YOU ultimately are the person who’s responsible for your learning experience.
We’re just here to help you along the way, help you along your musical path.
I want to thank you for being a part of the Talent Forge community, of the VitheFiddler.com community, and for everything you’ve contributed to me over the last couple of years!
You are all wonderful and I appreciate you!
And I’ll see you around- I’ll still be on the internet, I’ll still be doing projects. I even have a new project in the works… but I’m not going to tell you about it yet…
I’ll see you soon!