Learn, Practice, Train

“That’s why the philosophers warn us not to be satisfied with mere learning, but to add practice and then training. For as time passes we forget what we learned and end up doing the opposite, and hold opinions the opposite of what we should.” — Epictetus, Discourses, 2.9.13–14

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Whether learning information or skills, the more we interact with what we are learning, the better we will learn it. When we immerse ourselves in a…

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