7 Tips to Mastering a New Skill Suck Less

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#1 Understand Your Approach

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#2 Use the Chunk Chain Method

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#3 Collaborate

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#4 Seek Different Learning Methods

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#5 Teach

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#6 Make the Best Use of Technology

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  • Busuu– Language learners who join this free language community can practice their skills with other people worldwide. Busuu also provides interactive lessons for learning English, Spanish, German, French, and Italian.
  • Academia.edu — This academic community helps scholars discover what other people around the world are researching and why. Academia.edu makes it easy for any academic to stay abreast of new papers and developments in their field.
  • TeachAde– TeachAde is a social network for educators. Members can find and share lesson plans, audio, video, and other multimedia resources.
  • LearnHub– LearnHub is home to many different online communities for students and lifelong learners. Some of the most popular communities focus on studying abroad, standardized test prep, languages, social sciences, and mathematics.
  • Notion
  • Pomodoro timer
  • Obsidian
  • Keep Notes etc., to manage your time and make an effective to-do list for better utilization of the limited time that you give to polishing or learning a skill. Some of these apps are meticulously designed to keep track of your time and task to the last minute.

#7 Set Up a System of Reward

#Bonus: Value Progress Over Performance

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