Practice in itself is great, but if you’re practicing things you know well, you’re doing it wrong.
In order to excel at any skill, you need to push yourself out of your comfort zone and practice things you aren't good at.
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We learn best when we perform the tasks we’re trying to learn.
No matter how good your grades were at college, most of your learning takes place once you enter the workplace and start applying what you've learned.
It's important to let your brain relax for a while after a particularly intense session of study or practice, to give it time to connect the dots.
One good way to practice this is using the Pomodoro Technique: you work on a project for 25 minutes, and then give yourself a 5-minute br...
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A mentor helps you navigate your field by offering invaluable perspective and experience.
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When we learn with the intention to teach, we break the material down into simple, understandable chunks for ourselves. It also forces us to examine the topic more critically and thoroughly, hel...
While studying the greats is essential, it is more of a passive exercise. In order to gain from it, you need to apply that learning to your own work as well.
Nothing stimulates learning quite like curiosity.
Take the lead of your learning journey. Seek answers from many sources. Don’t merely memorize theories and techniques—question them at every step. Think about why they matter, why they're relevant.
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Testing even beats out methods such as re-reading and reviewing notes when it comes to making sure your learning sticks.
Because it takes the recall process a step further. Recall shows how much of the material you remember. Testing shows you how well you can use what you've learned. Aft...
If you try to force yourself to just memorize random facts, you’re likely to forget them.
We will most likely remember only the information that was meaningful to us, that we’ve been able to connect to our lives and our experiences.
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To excel in any skill you need to push yourself out of your comfort zone. This is known as deliberate practice.
Try taking time out of your day to practice the things that do not come naturally to you, and you will see how quickly you grow.
However, if you’re looking to build trust in yourself, it can be helpful to do more of the things that you’re good at and less of the things that you aren’t great at. If you’re not sure what you’re good at, ask those people closest to you. Spend more time doing those things and building your trus...
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