Most of our learning for anything starts when we practically apply what we know. This way we grow in understanding and are able to teach others.
So, do your best to invest time in building new habits to put to practice what you have learned.
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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.
Step 3 works best when you use this step. Try looking at those at the top of your field and comparing what you know to them. Think about how you can apply some of the things they do to help your performance.
Then, go back to step 3 to practice some more.
Finally, try your best to seek after questions and answers which have not been found yet. This way you will remain intrigued in the field and it will help you feel as though you are contributing to it.
Try your best to explain to others what you learned that day. You will know if you understand it if you can break it down to a simple level.
Do this by giving good examples to help the person you are teaching understand it quickly.
Mentorship is perhaps the quickest way to take your skills to the next level. Look for an expert in the field and reach out for their help.
Reach out by highlighting what you offer rather than what you wish to gain. This will ensure the mentor is more interested in assisting you.
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