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2. Too Much In One Take

  • Don’t get super into something
  • Pace yourself daily don’t do so much that you burn out
  • Make sure you notice when your levels of intrests drops


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3. You Don’t Put It Into Practice

  • Put things into practice that is a fundemental way of learning
  • by putting things into practice you prove that you understand and know the information


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9.You Don’t Keep Your Mistakes

  • If you ever delete your bad work you will not get the chance of learning from it
  • learning from your mistakes are how you get better


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5. You Go To Fast

  • You can go fast when you master the fundementals


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8.You Can’t Accept You Suck

  • It’s very hard to accept the fact that you suck
  • Thats a normal part of progress everyone stinks at the beginning
  • The more you keep at it the more you get better


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4. You Don’t Have A Good Benchmark

  • How do you know if your learning or getting better
  • Without a good benchmark it is very hard to know if your improving and by how much


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6. You Look For Shortcuts

  • There are shortcuts in this world but they are expensive you must be willingly to pay the price
  • When your starting out there are no shortcuts


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1 You Skip The Fundent

  • Every single thing that you learn has fundementals make sure you know them
  • Also if you skip the fundementals you will end up having to go back and retrace your steps to learn things


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10. You Wait Until It’s Ready

  • You will never be 100% ready at some point you have to jump in
  • feedback is good just don’t wait too long to get it when you wait too long


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You Don’t Go Past The Honeymoon Period

  1. Most people quit when it’s starting to get hard
  2. you move past this by finding your reason why you start


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