BE UNCOMMON

I don’t mean that we should being weird on purpose, doing outrageous things for the sake of getting attention.

We’re uncommon when we get over the fear of making mistakes and invite criticism. Being uncommon is going beyond “good enough,” and pushing through the “I don’t know if I can do this” stage, and even the tedium of regular practice.

The end result, which doesn’t happen overnight, is a favorable reputation, and the possibility of inspiring others in the tango community to improve.

This helps us stand out in a good way. Despite being simple concept, it’s something surprisingly few dancers will do.

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