Marginal Gains Theory
Getting good at something takes time.
Imagine when you started your first job, you probably failed and made a bunch of errors, lacked confidence, but over time you learned from your mistakes, adopted feedback and got better and better.
If you want to get good at anything, you need to turn up and try every single day. Repetition is the moth…
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