If you’re like me you have a big to do list.
Being a Suzuki Parent can feel like it’s own big to do list. . .
Ask the right questions
Attend Group Classes & recitals
Make sure your child has all the materials & equipment they need
Make sure to listen every day
Practice on the days that you eat!
The list could go on and on and I’m sure you understand how important it is.
I even wrote a whole book on the habits of successful Suzuki families. There are certainly many important things to do.
As a Suzuki teacher, parent, and former Suzuki kid, I understand both the importance of doing things well and also keeping things into perspective.
There are days where all of things we need to do seems like too much. When you wonder if it’s worth it or if you’re doing the right thing . . . I challenge you to replace that to do list you have completely and think of who we’re striving to be instead . . .
“Having more things to do than time is stressful
Having the chance to develop into who we want to be is inspiring”
So let’s strive to:
Having a lot to do is stressful – having the chance to develop into who we want to be is inspiring! Join me in replacing the To Do list.
What would you add to your To Be List?
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