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Judging from the research of Robert Greene, desire and time seems to be crucial components when trying to become a master of something: We all know how much more deeply we learn when we are motivated. If a subject excites us, if it stirs our deepest curiosity, or if we have to learn because the stakes are high, we pay much more attention. What we ...


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Seems like you're just viewing the status quo and a few myths about startups. Very few win the quick money lottery, so if you're that worried about it, don't buy a ticket. There's no law that says after you create a popular application, you have to stay with it until its dying day. Sell it and go build something else. Some people are more cut out for ...


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While I've not read the book, I understand the concept similarly to how @BrotherJack expressed it. Fundamentals in the first 20 hours, and the rest is just practice. :) I think back to all the languages I learned: English, German, Italian, French and they all start the same. Alphabet and pronunciation(s) of individual letters; this allows you to properly ...


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Reading every book, or even every 100th is hardly possible these days. I think you'd better select some areas, set up some goals and start focusing on those. Not (only) abstract ones, but where some milestones are possible and you can see them approaching, reached, opening for the next. Until you do your targeting, you might try heavier use of SO: in ...



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