CREATE

EXPLORE

DISCOVER


DAZZLE


ALLURE


MUSE


EMOTE


DREAM


EXCITE


REMINISCE


ENCHANT


AROUSE


IMPROVISE


SEARCH


EVOKE


COAX


BEGUILE


PULSE


EMBELLISH


REFLECT


IMAGINE


ENTHRALL


ENLIGHTEN


SOOTHE


SURPRISE


PROVOKE


CHARM


INNOVATE


IMPRESS


ACCOMPANY


SWING


INSPIRE


and
PLAY 

 

 

Music Background - Lebensraum

    

CREATIVITY

One of the most desirable traits an individual can possess is creativity. Everyone wants to know how to be more creative. In this day and age a person who can think both rationally and creatively will have an edge in business and in exploring life to its fullest.

Being creative doesn't just happen overnight. Most people never get to use their creative resources to the fullest because they haven't tried to develop them. One way to acquire creativity at an early age is by learning to play the piano. I'm not saying that sitting down and practicing the piano will make a child a creative genius. What it will do is stimulate a child's mind to be more expressive and more original.

Children have wondrous imaginations, and the more you can bring out qualities such as self-expression and curiosity, the more a child will respond to challenges. Many long hours are spent practicing the piano. But practice is a necessary step in unleashing creativity. Piano lessons allow a child to develop better concentration and coordination which eventually results in greater confidence. And once confidence sets in, a child will be more open to try out new ideas without the fear of rejection.

There's often an emphasis in schooling that children should follow things "by the book." This is well and good. But there are times when it's only natural for a child to want to "let loose," to take some chances, to be innovative. Children who take piano lessons show these characteristics. They have what we call "creative energy." They're alive. They want to learn. They don't settle for one way of doing things.

Playing the piano won't make a child a renowned artist, movie director, magazine writer or fashion designer. But that's ok. Because the goal of piano lessons is not to become famous; it's simply to become the best person you're capable of - to reach your highest potential - and have fun along the way.

Everybody wishes he could find the formula for how to become more creative. Some read books, others attend lectures. But I contend there's a more natural way - by learning a little more concentration, coordination and confidence. Next to giving your child lots of love, nothing comes close to the benefits of taking piano lessons.


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