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Everyone is naturally curious about the world around them.
Simply ploughing through a topic and hoping it sticks is not going to work that well. Instead, approach your task by searching for something real to you that has a relationship with that particular subject.
For every question that arises while you are trying to learn something new, do two things:
If you hit a wall or find yourself unable to grasp and apply a specific concept, know that it is all part of the learning process.
There is a solution to every problem, and you can find it. Even if it involves trying harder, or asking better or more questions, or finding a new mentor, the answer is out there.
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