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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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Learning and memory benefit from active involvement. When you add speaking to it, the content becomes more defined in long-term memory and more memorable.
Most of us can type very fast, but research shows writing your notes by hand will allow you to learn more.
Taking notes by hand enhances both comprehension and retention.
Studying over a period of time is more effective than waiting until the last minute.
Distributed practice works because each time you try to remember something, the memory becomes harder to forget.
Traditionally, we’re taught to learn using the “blocking” strategy. This instructs us to go over a single idea again and again (and again) until we’ve mastered it, before proceeding to the next con...
... space out learning over a longer period of time, and it randomizes the information we encounter when learning a new skill.
Interleaving causes your brain to intensely focus and solve problems every step of the way, resulting in information getting stored in your long-term memory instead.
For example, instead of learning one banjo chord at a time until you perfect it, you train in several at once and in shorter bursts.
Try planning when and what you want to cover in a lesson in advance.
Go back over the basics to practice older material.
Keep track of your progress to stay motivated.
Trying skills from new angles and failing a lot helps you break out of your comfort zone.
Learning new skills increases your motivation, makes you more adaptable, relatable, interesting and helps you get better jobs and earn more money.
And today, learning anything new...
Like any skill, you learn by doing. And make a commitment to write publicly.
You learn better when people can actually see your work. It forces you to do your very best. It gives you accountability. You get feedback from others and improved based on it.
Nothing builds confidence more than doing a successful public speech. So seek opportunities to speak in front of groups.