One point this book made that stood out to me was that your interests will evolve over time. Even though I may think I know what I want to do later in life, those plans may change with time. I should not stay in a position where I am not entirely happy, just because I thought it was what I wanted. I need to be open to new experiences, and push myself out of my comfort zone so that I can figure out what I am meant to be doing. I need to be willing to let go of anything that may be holding me back, so that I can move forward.
Licate graduated from Mercyhurst with a degree in dance. After college she danced for many years, including a few with the Martha Graham Dance Company in New York. However, later on she decided that she was finished with her dance career and went on the pursue other interests. This is similar to what I plan to do in the future. Although I hope to dance after college for...
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...use positive thoughts will bring forth positive emotions and help you to have better experience. One of the tools we learned in Dance Essentials was to use positive key words to remind ourselves during class that we are capable of dancing well. Another tool we used was thought- stopping, in which we change negative thinking to positive thinking. This is essentially what Licate tells the reader to do. She tells them that negative thinking will have a discouraging impact on your life, so that when you experience it, you should try to combat it with positive thoughts.
Overall, I thought that this book was very insightful, as to what may be possible after college. Personally, I get stressed out easily about what may happen in the future, however, this book has helped to realize that I should not worry too much, and I will find the right path for myself with time.
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