Learning can seem daunting at first. Break it down into smaller chunks and repeat until you’re thorough.
Give it time, resist the temptation to run. Once you’re thorough with the broken down parts, work on putting them all together. Repeat. This will help you get the foundations right and help you stick to it.
As much as we want to run, learn things as quickly as we can and become a master – the opposite is true.
Don’t even try to walk, just go at a crawling pace. It will be dry, boring and seem to have no reward. Persist. Press on forward. Enjoy the minute details in the small steps you take. Keep getting back to those tiny steps, but everyday – you’ll be amazed at what it has compounded to, when the time comes.
Focus and direct your attention towards learning and not immediate weatlh or financial reward. Enjoy the process itself, of learning what you love and what you’ve always wanted to do.
It can be just 20 minutes a day, but do it every day. Do not doubt the power of the human mind – where repetition builds muscle memory. Then a day will come when you’ll be astonished by the power you hold
If we can learn from the masters – the way to achieve mastery in anything we please, then the notion of “inborn talent” gets nullified. For anyone with access to what the masters did, will in time, become a master himself.
A creative and open mind is something that can absolutely be developed