1. Aim for balance. Take a cue from figure skater Mirai Nagasu, 16, who finds time for school, homework, friends and Japanese classes…plus her intense skating schedule. Goodbye, lame TV shows. Piano lessons first!
2. Ditch excuses. Limb loss, wheelchairs and brain injury don’t stop Olympians from high achievements in competition. Don’t let the anything stop you from your goals! Piano lessons are worth it!
3. Stay dedicated. Some world-class athletes travel hundreds of miles for every practice. Makes the few-seconds to walk to and practice the piano seem not-so bad, huh?
4. Have fun. U.S. athlete Noelle Pikus-Pace tapes funny messages to her sled before races. Find ways to make practicing piano a fun practice for you!
5. Share those skills. We love that hockey player Angela Ruggiero runs camps for girls. Take a second to teach someone a new skill that you just learned!
6. Stay organized. Olympic athletes have a lot to do! On top of preparing and competing, they also have press events and have to make time for their friends and family. Being organized and creating lists is a good idea for every busy bee!
Piano lessons and practice are well worth your time!
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