Attending dance conventions is a huge part of exponentially growing as a dancer. Some say that for every 1 convention you attend, it is like 6-12 months of experience you're gaining. Say what..... During a dance conventions, you can expect to build friendships, adaptability skills, confidence, resiliency and strength as a dancer. For anybody wanting to grow and get better as a dancer or a person it is the place to be! Let's begin Here are 13 Tips for making each dance convention a successful experience!
Instagram is one of the biggest and fastest-growing social media platforms in the world. With over 500 million users, it’s not surprising that there is a huge community of dancers who are active Instagram users! This means that it presents an amazing opportunity for you to grow your brand or personal following!
You love to dance, right? How amazing is it to get on stage and show a dance that you’ve been working on FOREVER to an appreciative audience? It doesn’t get better than that, for real. But, if we are being totally honest, if all we are doing is spending months and months on ONE dance, then we have totally missed the point of what dance is REALLY about. So let’s count it off…5 things dance really teaches us!
As part of Generation Z, you are probably the kind of person who wants to live a life of purpose. Research tells us that your generation has some of the most global viewpoints and accepting attitudes of all generations past, meaning that you probably see yourself as someone who can truly make a difference in the world (which is true!).
As a young leader, you may have felt more stress and anxiety than usual during the past eight weeks or so as limitations were placed on what you could and couldn’t do. Some of these feelings may have come on suddenly and some may have been brewing slowly over time, under the surface of your mind and body. Being a teen and being a leader means you may have felt conflicted sometimes as well, wondering how you can become stronger and also how you can positively influence others.
Gratitude is a character quality that you build over time; it’s something you develop through daily, weekly, or monthly practice, just like other skills. It is the act of showing thanks, demonstrating that you recognize the significance of someone or something in your life. Gratitude goes hand-in-hand with acts of kindness and giving back to others, whether they are people you know or strangers.