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incremental vs. epiphanic improvement

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Santafairy   Korea (South). Dec 09 2018 16:47. Posts 1430
What's something you got good at little by little over time? And what's something you worked on over a long period of time but had delayed improvement? And then after a while everything seemed to come together at once? Explain what the process was like. Was it constant effort or did your commitment fluctuate? Was it spread out over years or short and intense? When you were going through it did you ever doubt what you were doing?

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Loco   Canada. Dec 09 2018 21:10. Posts 19778

Progress is not linear in anything really. Neither at the level of the individual nor at a societal one. Exception being technological improvement. In the gym you also do what's called linear progressions but you'll always have periods where you don't progress and good programs help you minimize them. It's not physically possible to keep increasing the weights incrementally every workout for a long period of time, but sometimes you figure out a factor like posture or diet that makes a big difference.

For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong. (Mencken)Last edit: 09/12/2018 21:16

Santafairy   Korea (South). Dec 12 2018 10:55. Posts 1430

thanks for opening up about your experience, bearing your heart

It seems to be not very profitable in the long run to play those kind of hands. - Gus Hansen 

 





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