45 min

Episode 60 - Perfectionism, Personal Growth, and Power with Elizabeth Su Music (ed) Matters

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Elizabeth Su, MA (she/her) is a writer, perfectionism expert, and the founder of Monday Vibes (www.elizabethsu.com), a personal growth newsletter and network for women. Having studied burnout and perfectionism at Columbia University, Elizabeth is all about helping women learn to love themselves, imperfections and all. She's currently working on her first book around these topics and is searching for a literary agent. In this episode, we take a deep dive into identifying, defining, and addressing perfectionism. During the conversation, we explore burn-out, opportunities for self-compassion, and how all of this directly connects to your role as a music educator. You’ll want to bookmark this one to listen to again and again as we all seek to show up in our most authentic selves for the musicians and communities we serve.

Connect with Elizabeth:
Website: www.elizabethsu.com
Sign up for Monday Vibes: www.elizabethsu.com/mondayvibes
Instagram: @heyelizabethsu

Watch the episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/oozKujWG9NY

Want to join the “Music (ed) Matters” community at monthly meet-ups, bonus content, and summer PD events? Join the conversation on Patreon.com/MusicEdMatters.

**Our show sponsor, Kinnison Choral Company wants to help you get the most out of your rehearsal time! They’ve created the tools you need to make your rehearsal space productive, fun, and inspiring! Head to EmilyBurch.org/Sponsors and click the KCC logo to grab the free calculator today!

**Show music originally written by Mr. Todd Monsell

**Show photography provided by Dr. Dan Biggerstaff

Elizabeth Su, MA (she/her) is a writer, perfectionism expert, and the founder of Monday Vibes (www.elizabethsu.com), a personal growth newsletter and network for women. Having studied burnout and perfectionism at Columbia University, Elizabeth is all about helping women learn to love themselves, imperfections and all. She's currently working on her first book around these topics and is searching for a literary agent. In this episode, we take a deep dive into identifying, defining, and addressing perfectionism. During the conversation, we explore burn-out, opportunities for self-compassion, and how all of this directly connects to your role as a music educator. You’ll want to bookmark this one to listen to again and again as we all seek to show up in our most authentic selves for the musicians and communities we serve.

Connect with Elizabeth:
Website: www.elizabethsu.com
Sign up for Monday Vibes: www.elizabethsu.com/mondayvibes
Instagram: @heyelizabethsu

Watch the episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/oozKujWG9NY

Want to join the “Music (ed) Matters” community at monthly meet-ups, bonus content, and summer PD events? Join the conversation on Patreon.com/MusicEdMatters.

**Our show sponsor, Kinnison Choral Company wants to help you get the most out of your rehearsal time! They’ve created the tools you need to make your rehearsal space productive, fun, and inspiring! Head to EmilyBurch.org/Sponsors and click the KCC logo to grab the free calculator today!

**Show music originally written by Mr. Todd Monsell

**Show photography provided by Dr. Dan Biggerstaff

45 min

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