You need to come to class! Not just come to class, but be an active participant. Listen to what is being taught. Listen to what critiques are being made even if you don’t think they are talking to you. Ask yourself, ‘Am I doing that?’
Come to class with a goal. I want to improve my middle blocks or forms. Make sure that you understand what is being taught and do your best to get all the details so that you may practice when you get home. Have laser focus!
Experts say it takes 10,000 to get really good at something. You’ll need to practice at home too.
Practicing helps build confidence. Do it til you think you are the best and then do it more. Ask for critique. You can’t see yourself as others do.
Don’t hesitate to ask questions. But try to do the techniques first. If you still don’t understand after a few times, then ask for help.
Actively seek to improve.