There are four stages to learning a new skill: unconscious incompetence, conscious incompetence, conscious competence, and unconscious competence.
“Sometimes, when you practice a skill that you’re trying to improve, you might feel like you’re actually getting worse over time, instead of better. A common reason why this happens is that you’ve advanced from the first stage of learning, unconscious incompetence, to the second stage, conscious incompetence.
This means that you might start feeling like you’re suddenly making a lot of mistakes. In reality, however, you were likely already making those same mistakes beforehand. The difference is that you’re now good enough to actually realize when you’re making those mistakes, whereas earlier you simply didn’t have the necessary proficiency which is required in order to be able to notice it.”
You’re getting better, I promise! Keep it up!You’re getting better, I promise! Keep it up!
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He has a website that you can but saplings from!! They’re $20/piece or $15/piece if you blind box them and let him pick them for you. This is a great way to fight back against corporate farming and the destruction of heirloom foods (which while usually ‘ugly’, are heartier, and more nutritious than store bought varieties, and more delicious). I love it, and I can’t wait to buy a house and plant these very special trees.
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