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Deliberate Practice

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Deliberate Performance

Researchers who study skill acquisition makes a distinction between β€œDeliberate Practice” and β€œDeliberate Performance” as two ways of developing skills. A violinist who is engaging in deliberate practice is setting aside time solely for improving their violin-playing skill, while being strategic about how to best improve their skills (e.g. playing a difficult measure several times in a row). A violinist who is engaging in deliberate performance, on the other hand, is playing for an audience, but doing so in a way that is designed to improve their skills and not just to put on a good show.