Practicing in a vacuum will only get you so far. At some point you’ll need to get some real-world feedback.
No audience at first
Practicing alone allows you to play with all sorts of movement ideas that might feel silly and we don’t want that.
Seek an audience later
Your audience’s responses can offer valuable feedback.
Lock it down
At some point you’re going to need to lock your content down and make no further changes, focusing instead on improving your delivery of that content.
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