2019-02-18 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #33: Learn to Practice Effectively for More Efficient Learning.
To really learn a skill we have to practice it. To learn even faster and more effectively, we have to know what to focus on when we practice. It help to have an expert around who can guide us and give feedback. Usually, what they will do is tell us the most crucial parts of the task that need to be met before anything else can be accomplished. For example, in typing it is critical to have your hands in the right position so you hit the keys you are supposed to. In piano, you should be aware of the hand positioning for a song as well as maintaining a relaxed posture – being relaxed helps to move the fingers more fluidly and to avoid injuries.
Often times when we practice something over and over, we see patterns and find that we have weaknesses. Many people will avoid their weak areas because it is a good challenge. They will instead practice what they are good at, so they feel better. As you might guess, it is actually a better use of our time to focus on improving our weak areas when we practice a new skill. In doing this, you can advance more quickly. To practice effectively we should identify the most essential parts of the task, begin practice, identify our weaknesses, practice some more, and continue to seek feedback from experts. As you get better you may create something new. In that case, you can get feedback from an audience as well. Do not forget that the quality of your practice is much more important than the quantity. With focus, you will not need to practice as much to reach mastery
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