Knowledge vs. Skill
“It is not what you know that makes you better it is what you are willing to learn”
– Vicki Ash.
Knowledge is the presence of facts, and skill is knowing how and when to use them. You can’t think your way to skill; you must act your way.
In your practice, you must fire the circuit without thinking. Analyze, make a change, fire it again, make a change, fire it again.
Fail, fail better, and keep failing better. You build skill by doing, not by thinking. And failure is the first step in learning.
Greet failure and learn well!