- You have to dissect juggling into simple steps that can be explained clearly. This not only helps you internalize these steps, it also reinforces the simplicity of juggling and the fact that it’s not as difficult as it seems.
- Those you teach will often ask questions that make you further analyze the juggling pattern and process, deepening your understanding.
- It’s inspiring to watch someone start from scratch and then be able to juggle. They’ll be excited, and so will you. This will motivate you to practice and improve.
- The more people you teach the more people you’ll have to practice with!
Roman philosopher Seneca put it simply:
So grab those scarves, balls, or oranges and teach your friends and family to juggle. It will make them smile and you’ll be well on your way to juggling like a pro.
Need a refresher? Watch our how-to video.