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Software Developer based in London. Experienced in C#, .net, HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Jquery, Windows Azure.


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answered How to go from an above (slightly) average student to a 'top' student?
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accepted Ways to maintain the feeling of accomplishment
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comment Ways to maintain the feeling of accomplishment
Thanks @Aaron, could you add that to your original answer, It'll save new readers from having to search comments :)
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comment Ways to maintain the feeling of accomplishment
That doesn't really help. You've not given any detail specific to my question. I know that life is about progress, I'm asking ways to appreciate that progress more and maintain it. I'm not waiting till I'm 90 to discover if you're right or not. I'm looking for answers now
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comment Motivating self to study subjects not related to work
Both! I want to be a great piano player, composer and I'm already a very technical guitarist, but great is a highly subjective word ;). One of the toughest things is to accept the slower learning rate, but at times where I accept it and don't push beyond my limits, Ironically, I learn and retain information faster. It's to do with the ability to relax helping you retain info.
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