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I hope not! Of all the dancers I’ve ever know, very few were what I would call “mean”.

However, in being “quiet” or soft spoken, you might not always come out with feedback for yourself or your peers even if it’s positive.┬áThere could even┬ábe feelings of competition that you may or may not recognize in yourself that keep you from implementing the practice of this weeks challenge.

Check it out here:

Implementing the two components of this weeks challenge can yield awesome results. And they’re really quiet simple.

Don’t forget to share below how challenging you think this might be, if you already implement this concept regularly or once you’ve completed it, share how it went!

Is competition making you mean?
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Jess Spinner

Jess is a former professional ballet dancer turned Holistic Health, Nutrition, and Lifestyle Coach for high level dancers. She founded The Whole Dancer in 2015 after identifying a greater need for balance, wellness and support in the dance world. Since The Whole Dancer was founded, Jess has worked with 100's of dancers worldwide at top companies and schools. She has been featured in or written for Dance Magazine, Dance Teacher Magazine, Pointe Magazine, and Dance Spirit Magazine.

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