Go to your workspace and make stuff.

Apparently, this advice leads to significant gains:

Practice makes perfect

“In his research on skill building, culturist Drake Baer has discovered what he calls, “try fast, fail fast, learn fast,” or the “do-it-a-bunch technique.” It seems this little system lulls the brain into going along with incremental changes that lead to mastery, something it resists if overwhelmed all at once with a big push. If you’re going for greatness, slow and low also doesn’t cut it. Progress, it seems, is in the doing, and doing consistently and quickly.”

Read more at Painter’s Keys.

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