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Improve Your Dancing

The Simple Psychological Trick To Making Every Dance More Amazing

Many of us have experienced amazing dances, good dances, ok dances, not so good dances or sometimes even downright horrible dances. But what are the factors that determine the level of enjoyment you have? How can we ensure we have the most amazing dances possible, night after night, with every single partner? Read this to find out!

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The Simple Psychological Trick To Making Every Dance More Amazing

3 Methods To Experience More Amazing Dances By Changing The Way You Ask For A Dance

I used to occasionally experience what I call “dance highs”. One of those nights where every dance I had was AMAZING and I just kept having more and more amazing dances with everyone I danced with! I would be the last one to leave the dance floor and I’d be so pumped that I’d have a hard time falling asleep that night. I couldn’t wait for the next…chance to dance! Now, I experience them ALL THE TIME!!! Read what changed for me.

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3 Methods To Experience More Amazing Dances By Changing The Way You Ask For A Dance

Why A Universal Learning Method Is So Valuable For Your Dancing

I always wanted to find a way to use the techniques I was learning so they worked with everyone, and a lot of the time they would only work with partners who also used the same technique. This is what started my search for a Universal Learning Method. Read more to learn how this method was developed and why it’s so valuable for your dancing.

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Why A Universal Learning Method Is So Valuable For Your Dancing

How To Turn Any Technique Into Your Own Universal Technique (Part 2 of the Universal Learning Method)

Have you ever learned a dance technique that might improve your dancing with those who do the same technique but doesn’t seem to work with people who don’t use that technique? Well, now you can change that and make every technique and concept work universally (aka: with everyone you dance with).

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How To Turn Any Technique Into Your Own Universal Technique (Part 2 of the Universal Learning Method)

9 Steps For Using Surprises To Create Better Dances

Surprising moves, or moves that are out of the ordinary (like dips, jumps, fancy leg tricks, etc), are a great way to get your partner (or audience) to feel you are creative and different, but it’s easy to overdo it! Read on to find out when and how often to pull out your best surprises without overdoing it.

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9 Steps For Using Surprises To Create Better Dances

The WOOP Technique For Dancers – How To Master Positive Thinking And Make It Actually Work Instead Of Talking About It & Never Actually Doing Anything…From A Dancers Perspective

This WOOT technique will help ensure you actually follow thru with any positive thinking instead of leaving it as a thought inside your mind and never actually doing anything to become the person you want to be.

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The WOOP Technique For Dancers – How To Master Positive Thinking And Make It Actually Work Instead Of Talking About It & Never Actually Doing Anything…From A Dancers Perspective

Stop Practicing With A Partner

Have you ever learned a dance technique that might improve your dancing with those who do the same technique but doesn’t seem to work with people who don’t use that technique? Well, now you can change that and make every technique and concept work universally (aka: with everyone you dance with).

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Stop Practicing With A Partner

25 Elements To Becoming The Most Musical Dancer In The Room

Have you ever learned a dance technique that might improve your dancing with those who do the same technique but doesn’t seem to work with people who don’t use that technique? Well, now you can change that and make every technique and concept work universally (aka: with everyone you dance with).

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25 Elements To Becoming The Most Musical Dancer In The Room

Deepen Your Understanding Of Rhythm With These 6 Elements Including 1 That’s Often The “Secret Sauce” Behind Some Of The Most Musical Dancers In The World

These 6 elements of rhythm (ex: timing vs pace, clarity, simple vs complex rhythms, texturing, etc) include a concept that’s often the “secret sauce” behind some of the most musical dancers in the world. Deepen your understanding of rhythm and become the most musical dancer in the room!

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Deepen Your Understanding Of Rhythm With These 6 Elements Including 1 That’s Often The “Secret Sauce” Behind Some Of The Most Musical Dancers In The World

One Subtle But Vital Difference In Learning A Style Of Dance Vs Learning To Partner Dance

The subtle but extremely vital difference between learning to do a style of dance vs learning to partner dance. If you learn to dance with any one technique (for example, counterbalance, elasticity, pulse, etc…) at any moment in a dance (or for the whole dance) you are learning a style of dance. If you learn to use a technique based

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One Subtle But Vital Difference In Learning A Style Of Dance Vs Learning To Partner Dance

9 Subtle Ways Your Connection Might Be Off

Matching the 9 Arm Connections Have you ever noticed that you connect really well with some dancers while something feels just a little bit off with others?  The dancers experience levels might look the same but for some reason you just seem to connect “better” with one than the other. Would you like to be

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9 Subtle Ways Your Connection Might Be Off

The Universal Learning Method: A Unique Method For Dance Teachers To Have 100% Verifiable Proof That You Improve Your Students AND Ensure They Love Your Classes

You know it’s super important to improve your students AND make sure they love your classes, but how can you make sure you do both in every single class you teach? This unique method will ensure you do just that. It’s a big reason why I get hired in over 231 cities across 35 countries…and now, for the first time ever, I’m sharing it so YOU can use it too! Check it out.

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The Universal Learning Method: A Unique Method For Dance Teachers To Have 100% Verifiable Proof That You Improve Your Students AND Ensure They Love Your Classes

STOP Dancing On The Beat?

STOP Dancing On The Beat… This is Part 3 of a 4-part series on redeveloping techniques so they work with everyone you dance with: Part 1 –Why A Universal Learning Method Is So Valuable For Your Dancing Part 2 – How To Turn Any Technique Into Your Own Universal Technique Part 3 – [You Are Here] – STOP Dancing

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STOP Dancing On The Beat?

Confession: My Own Advice That I’m Not Following (& How I’m Changing)

​(Website links mentioned in video are in the Resources) I confess!!! ​Here is one way that I have not been following my own advice. Let’s explore this so you can learn from my “failures” and avoid doing the same thing I did.”‘Failure’ is a normal part of the journey towards success. If you hide from it, it

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Confession: My Own Advice That I’m Not Following (& How I’m Changing)

Improve Your Teaching

Use Minimizations Instead Of Exaggerations

Have you ever exaggerated something so your students could clearly see what NOT to do? We all have probably done this at some point in our teaching careers and I am sure you have been in plenty of classes with teachers who exaggerated at some point. Unfortunately, this can often cause harm to your student’s learning as well as lower your status or reputation as a high level instructor! Here is why and what to do instead.

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Use Minimizations Instead Of Exaggerations

How To Get The Attention Of 30 To 3,000 Dancers In A Matter Of Seconds…

Have you ever been in a situation where someone is trying to speak but they can’t seem to get the room’s attention? You can often see the frustration start to set in amongst either the speaker or the few people who ARE paying attention. It is wasting time and devaluing the attention you are getting, making it less likely for those paying attention to do so in the future. Here are some great ways to lead the room to give you their attention.

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How To Get The Attention Of 30 To 3,000 Dancers In A Matter Of Seconds…

How To Turn Any Technique Into Your Own Universal Technique (Part 2 of the Universal Learning Method)

Have you ever learned a dance technique that might improve your dancing with those who do the same technique but doesn’t seem to work with people who don’t use that technique? Well, now you can change that and make every technique and concept work universally (aka: with everyone you dance with).

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How To Turn Any Technique Into Your Own Universal Technique (Part 2 of the Universal Learning Method)

4 Recommendations To Vastly Improve Your Teaching Skills

If you want to keep your students raving for years to come and your student numbers continuously growing, make sure to consistently progress your teaching skills and learn more ways to inspire your students! As Tony Robbins says, “If you are not growing, you are dying.” and that can be true in teaching dance too! Here are some recommendations to continue improving.

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4 Recommendations To Vastly Improve Your Teaching Skills

The #1 Most Vital Concept To Drastically Improve & Inspire Your Students

0 shares Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Do you wish dancers would take more of your lessons and focus more on what you are teaching them? Whether you are teaching dance online or in person……it is frustrating when you know you have really important and valuable information to share and yet your students don’t seem to get it.

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The #1 Most Vital Concept To Drastically Improve & Inspire Your Students

Confession: My Own Advice That I’m Not Following (& How I’m Changing)

​(Website links mentioned in video are in the Resources) I confess!!! ​Here is one way that I have not been following my own advice. Let’s explore this so you can learn from my “failures” and avoid doing the same thing I did.”‘Failure’ is a normal part of the journey towards success. If you hide from it, it

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Confession: My Own Advice That I’m Not Following (& How I’m Changing)

The “Fail To Succeed” Teaching Method To Improve Your Students

Do you realize how valuable it is to make sure your students “fail”? It’s not as “evil” as it might sound. In fact, not only will it dramatically improve your students…your students will love you for it too! This video (or article, if you prefer to read), explains why. Click here to read/watch it.

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The “Fail To Succeed” Teaching Method To Improve Your Students

STOP Dancing On The Beat?

STOP Dancing On The Beat… This is Part 3 of a 4-part series on redeveloping techniques so they work with everyone you dance with: Part 1 –Why A Universal Learning Method Is So Valuable For Your Dancing Part 2 – How To Turn Any Technique Into Your Own Universal Technique Part 3 – [You Are Here] – STOP Dancing

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STOP Dancing On The Beat?

The Universal Learning Method: A Unique Method For Dance Teachers To Have 100% Verifiable Proof That You Improve Your Students AND Ensure They Love Your Classes

You know it’s super important to improve your students AND make sure they love your classes, but how can you make sure you do both in every single class you teach? This unique method will ensure you do just that. It’s a big reason why I get hired in over 231 cities across 35 countries…and now, for the first time ever, I’m sharing it so YOU can use it too! Check it out.

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The Universal Learning Method: A Unique Method For Dance Teachers To Have 100% Verifiable Proof That You Improve Your Students AND Ensure They Love Your Classes

Stop Practicing With A Partner

Have you ever learned a dance technique that might improve your dancing with those who do the same technique but doesn’t seem to work with people who don’t use that technique? Well, now you can change that and make every technique and concept work universally (aka: with everyone you dance with).

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Stop Practicing With A Partner

How To Teach A 15 Minute Private Lesson That Provides More Value Than A Full Hour Lesson

I recommend teaching 15 minute private lessons (in a very specific way shown below) and I think they can often provide more value than full hour lessons, if they are done well. Plus, by learning to hone your skills and provide great value in a 15 minute lesson, you can also drastically improve the value you

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How To Teach A 15 Minute Private Lesson That Provides More Value Than A Full Hour Lesson

One Subtle But Vital Difference In Teaching A Style Of Dance Vs Teaching Partner Dance

The subtle but extremely vital difference between teaching someone to do a style of dance vs teaching someone to partner dance. Teaching someone they need to dance with any one technique (for example, counterbalance, elasticity, pulse, etc…) at any moment in a dance (or for the whole dance) is teaching them to dance a style

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One Subtle But Vital Difference In Teaching A Style Of Dance Vs Teaching Partner Dance

7 Easy Steps To Create A Progressive Series Of Classes From Beginner To Advanced In Less Than 1 Hour

Creating a series of progressive classes that build off of each other AND keep your students wanting more, can feel like an overwhelming task that will take hours, or even days. How do you start? How do you keep it interesting? How do you make sure to offer variety? How do you keep students coming back for more? This 7 step plan will answer all these questions and make the process easy for you.

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7 Easy Steps To Create A Progressive Series Of Classes From Beginner To Advanced In Less Than 1 Hour

Improve Your Business

Personalize Your Events For Your Attendees

Personalize Your Events For Your Attendees Do you know what your attendees want, or are you assuming you know?  How do you know what they want?  Do you have an exact process to consistently get suggestions and feedback?When was the last time you got some really helpful feedback?  Did you stop asking because the feedback

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Personalize Your Events For Your Attendees

Easiest Way To Build Amazing Websites That Sell Your Products Without Needing Technical Or Design Skills

Extremely powerful and affordable website and sales software that is going to be groundbreaking for the dance world. Build gorgeous websites in minutes without any technical or design skills. Create sales funnels that help you acquire customers for break even or better.

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Easiest Way To Build Amazing Websites That Sell Your Products Without Needing Technical Or Design Skills

Dance Instructors: 7 Reasons To Raise Your Rates

Have you ever learned a dance technique that might improve your dancing with those who do the same technique but doesn’t seem to work with people who don’t use that technique? Well, now you can change that and make every technique and concept work universally (aka: with everyone you dance with).

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Dance Instructors: 7 Reasons To Raise Your Rates

How We Used Email To Sell Out An Intermediate Dance Workshop 2 Weeks In Advance

0 shares Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Share0 Let’s look at how we helped Boris use email to sell out his intermediate dance workshop 2 weeks in advance. I’ve put on lots of dance workshops and I’ve never had one sell out. The very first workshop that I organized with Andrew’s help sold out 2 weeks

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How We Used Email To Sell Out An Intermediate Dance Workshop 2 Weeks In Advance

Confession: My Own Advice That I’m Not Following (& How I’m Changing)

​(Website links mentioned in video are in the Resources) I confess!!! ​Here is one way that I have not been following my own advice. Let’s explore this so you can learn from my “failures” and avoid doing the same thing I did.”‘Failure’ is a normal part of the journey towards success. If you hide from it, it

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Confession: My Own Advice That I’m Not Following (& How I’m Changing)
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