that one day a man will beat you, and you should keep getting up until his hand is broken to teach him the lesson that it wi…ith my soldering iron and my kit anywhere if anyone doubts me. I am no coward to be easily bullied. My mother taught me that one day a man will beat you, and you should keep getting up until his hand is broken to teach him the lesson that it will never be easy. I live by that.
And just like how not everyone who learns to write will go on to become a professional writer — nor everyone who learns arithmetic will go on to become a professional mathematician — not everyone who learns to code will go on to become a software developer. But all people who learn these things will be immensely better off as a result of their efforts.
In other words, if you’re struggling to feel motivated to work on your coding skills, start with something really simple that you can do in a few minutes, and then build on that. As you repeat the process more and more and tackle larger goals, the levels of dopamine in your brain will grow, and with it, your enjoyment of learning will grow, too.