- Use what you learn more and study it less, do it early and often to progress faster than just studying.
- Practice deliberately and focus on specific elements of the skill until you improve.Identify the fundamental components of the skill you’re learning that you struggle with the most and focus on them.
- Get feedback fast to better evaluate yourself and fix mistakes.
- Spread out your training to avoid burnout and increase performance.
- Make a learning plan,or even a schedule, and stick to it.
- Join a group to get benefits like extra motivation, access to a collective knowledge-base and a place to vent your frustrations. Find groups online o
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