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How to Get Better at Anything Faster

Rapid adaptation and feedback

Image copyright the author — I got better at taking pictures after I got a digital camera and could get feedback as soon as I took the shot.

There is a method for improving at any skill far faster than you could imagine. It’s simple, easy to understand, and takes a lot of work. A lot of the work is letting go of ego and expectation. The key is rapid feedback.

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