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Implement What You Learned

Implementing what you learned is essential in learning a new skill or Theroy without implementing the knowledge that you gained is just surface level and your short team memory will forget it very quickly

some ways to apply what you learned

  1. make a project
  2. write a blog


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Finally conclusion

1- Learning a new skill will get you to a better place, even if you don't see that the skill is helpful.

2- Remember there is no time wasted while learning, if you see that the skill didn't give you an advantage, it gave it to you in an indirect way.


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