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Passive learning creates knowledge. Active practice creates skills.
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... but learning is not practice. Unless you apply that knowledge and make a meaningful contribution with it, passive learning is not a form of practice.
Some of us use learning as a way to avoid doing the actual work toward reaching our goals. In this case, it becomes a form of procrastination.
“When we practice something, we are involved in the deliberate repetition of a process with the intention of reaching a specific goal. The words deliberate and intention are key here because they define the difference between actively practicing something and passively learning it.”
Thomas Sterner, The Practicing Mind
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