I watch people learn.
That is my job. I’m a music teacher. I teach piano, guitar, voice and songwriting (which eventually turns into co-writing).
At one point, I had 60 students. That’s 60 different people that I would get to watch, as they learned different concepts, week after week.
My youngest student was five years old.
My oldest student?
I’m a music “teacher,” but I don’t feel like I “teach” all day, every day. I present people with information, and then I watch, as they absorb it.
After all the lessons I’ve taught and all the different kinds of students that I have encountered, I started realizing a prevalent fact:
It Didn’t Matter How Smart, Young, or Talented A Person Was.
What mattered the most was the kind of person they were.
What does that mean?
In my experience…(continued here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/why-attitude-is-39073001)