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7 Simple Steps For A Lifetime of Successful Reinvention

Nov 16, 2019 5:03:50 PM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in coach, franchise, license, Steve chandler, success, creative mindset, entrepreneurship, music studio ownership, owner mindset, reinventing your life, victim mindset, victim vs owner, Blog, business opportunity, education, mentor, music school owner, music education, music teacher success, reinvention, resilience

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What is the secret of a successful life?  Why do some people seem to always succeed no matter the challenges life throws at them and others seem to be trapped in a never-ending cycle of pain and suffering?

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What Is The Hidden Elephant In The Room? Permission.

Nov 10, 2016 10:24:37 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in coaching, creatives, self development, self esteem, success, coaching for music teachers, ed catmull, Mindset, musicians, permission, small business, small business coaching, artists, business owners, marketing, nathaniel branden, pixar, psychology, business

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“Who gave you permission to do that?”

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How to raise your IQ by 7 points

Jun 1, 2016 9:29:06 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in children, self development, success, brain development, early childhood education, intelligence, IQ, kids, music impact on mind, music instruction, music lessons, Music and Science, life skills, music and brain development, music education

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I came across this article in Inc magazine yesterday.  And it was surprising especially since the headline didn't reveal the "secret."

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Teaching Strategies For Growth Mindset

Jun 2, 2014 11:14:27 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in effort, focus, growth mindset, home schooling, learning, persistence, students, success, teachers, teaching strategies, tips for teachers, curriculum ideas for teachers, early childhood education, fluid mindset, framing, kali trzesniewski, Mindset, mindsetworks.com, music lessons, music teacher, nyc, advice for teachers, Blog, brooklyn, carol deck mindset, carol dweck, education, fixed mindset, grit, growth, how to praise children, how to teach music, lisa blackwell, new york, parenting, park slope, mastery, music students, music teachers, self-belief, Teaching Methods, tools for teachers

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What is the most important factor in a student? Many people would say it's talent, or effort, or persistence, or luck or some combination of these.

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How To Teach Perseverance, Grit and Success

Sep 26, 2013 10:00:41 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in angela lee duckworth, children, curiosity, success, Lesson Plan Ideas, Mindset, character, determination, grit, parenting, how children succeed, perseverance, teaching, ted talk

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Soft Skills Vs Hard Skills

There's been a lot of talk in the education world of late about the value of the soft skills, emotional and psychological.  These are the skills that are traditionally not tested.  Unlike math or reading or science, these skills are more nuanced.

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