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A Johns Hopkins Study Reveals the Scientific Secret to Double How Fast You Learn

A Johns Hopkins Study Reveals the Scientific Secret to Double How Fast You Learn

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Learning Something New

Learning Something New

When we are learning a new skill, practicing is key, but what's more important is the way we practice and the variation we bring in the practice.

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Practicing with Variation

Making the conditions slightly different while practicing improves our skills faster.

The modification between two practice moves needs to be subtle, not drastic.

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How to Learn a New Skill

How to Learn a New Skill

Try practicing differently, making small but smart changes, spacing the practice sessions.

A waiting period internalizes your practice. It makes you evaluate the results, focusing on what works and discarding what does not work. Constant modification and refinement, along with a 'cooling-off' period sets the skill properly.

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