Apparently, this advice leads to significant gains:
“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.”
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