According to the results of research in 95% of cases, natural talent does not determine who will become an expert in something.
What follows from this? In order to learn how to dance well, you need a lot of practice. Suppose 2 people decide to dance. (Read the article “How to get the most out of dance lessons?”) One of them was good, he had innate abilities, and the second was worse, but he was very diligent and set himself the task of learning to dance well. First picked it up immediately, but went to workout regularly. He missed the training, and then came and quickly memorized the material that was shown. The second went regularly, it was given more difficult, but he worked on himself, regularly, practiced at home independently. Continue reading
Today I would like to try to write a psychological portrait of a typical (?) Guy practicing salsa for a while. More precisely, not even a portrait, but a rough sketch, since the writer from me is useless. I will also try to answer a question that maybe interests non-dancing women (are there any?): What is it like to meet a guy who salsa dances.
A guy dancing salsa. He is not like everyone else. It can even be called a kind of unique. He is not afraid of mistakes and perceives this as an integral process of learning. Many people outside the dance floor consider him a slob for his not-so-serious life mood. Continue reading