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A solo newbie stuck on a never before seen problem often ends up in a limbo not unlike the Stanley Parable, spinning round and round through dull, yet strangely interesting hallways until ending up at the beginning again.
In "The Missing Link", I briefly touched on finding a mentor, companion or friend to work with. When you work on improving your skills on your own, you'll often find yourself stuck.Such a negative environment not only prevents progress, it reverses it – you'll find yourself slumped behind your desk and reading Reddit more often than expecting a solution to a problem from yourself, simply because you'll feel it isn't worth it. If you don't have a team, or your team situation is unfixable (nothing is, come on!), it's time to jump even further out of the comfort zone and look for an actual mentor.If you find yourself in a team, find someone you admire, someone you'd like to be better than.Don't feel rotten because you want to "beat" them – feel inspired. Learn from them, absorb everything around you, talk to them.Although, I have five children and could have chosen any age group, having five children I know that adolescents can be very challenging and I want to help where I feel help is needed most.
Additionally, I am writing up a proposal for Michael to add either Estrangement or Alienation to the site, for parents that have been forced out of their children’s lives by an abusive partner.
The email went on to explain that he was recruiting experts in many fields and he asked me if I would become one of the Wizperts (Expert in certain fields), I was so thankful, yet grounded enough to know that there are many scam artists out there..
that I immediately went to investigate the service.
So, if two heads halve the problem's difficulty (or, rather, the time it takes to solve the problem at its original difficulty), ten heads solve it ten times faster, no? There's a saying that when you feel like you're the smartest person in a room, you're in the wrong room.
This applies to all areas in life, but to disciplines of logic and science especially so.
Never be ashamed to ask for advice, and never be afraid to ask for help if the person isn't deep in a working cycle.