I'm glad your article found me today.

I appreciate presenting the problems with variability for beginners.

Whenever I learn something new, I consider how much effort I'm willing to give. For new topics, I usually go the easy way to start gathering data.

This is my concern about the title. Because, from my perspective, both variability and repetition are keys to mastery. And variability being a successor of repetition.

When you start learning something new, do you always go with high variability and low repetition or start with low variability and high repetition?

I'm trying to picture a way from being a beginner to being a master, and one that is encouraging.

Thank you for your article!

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Ryszard Śpiewak

Ryszard Śpiewak

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