Posts Tagged ‘success’

See It Through

See It Through - Rhee Gold

If we wholeheartedly believe in what we want to create and are willing to dedicate the time and energy needed to see it through, I believe that all of us can accomplish almost anything we desire. ~Rhee Gold

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Believe They Can

Believe They Can - Rhee Gold

Great dance teachers are those who create an atmosphere that stimulates the student’s minds, bodies, and souls in such a way that they believe they can achieve anything they aspire to. ~Rhee Gold

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Finding Refuge In Dance

Finding Refuge in Dance

Each week her dance teacher makes a snide remark that duplicates the atmosphere she has at home. She becomes even more intimidated, thinking that her dance teacher doesn’t like her. Even worse, she tells herself, “I stink at dance, too!” Before long she drops out of dance. Why go to dancing school to be berated when you can get that at home?

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Every Minute

Every Minute-Rhee Gold Quote

Time is a gift, what we do with it is our choice. Being part of the gossip about the teacher or school up the street isn’t helping us progress. Every minute, hour, or day focused on them is a minute, hour, or day that we are not dedicated to our own success. ~Rhee Gold

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Too Busy

Success doesn’t happen as a result of bringing someone else down. It comes to those who are too busy to think about what others are up to. ~Rhee Gold

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Lose Yourself

Lose Yourself-Rhee Gold Quote

When you head into that classroom, know that you have the chance to lose yourself in the music, the movement and the knowledge that you are passing on your passion for dance to the next generation. ~Rhee Gold

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Lifelong Goal

Lifelong Goal-Rhee Gold Quote

Pat yourself on the back and be totally grateful for the fact that you have achieved your lifelong goal to teach dance. Not everyone has that chance or the commitment that it takes and you did (do)! How cool is that?! ~Rhee Gold

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Appreciate the Critique

Listen to each correction given, whether it’s directed to you or another dancer. A correction is an honor; it shows you how much a teacher cares about your progress as a dancer. Always say thank you when a teacher or choreographer offers you contructive critisism. Nothing can stop those students who apply themselves in every…

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