You're not listening to my advice and it's ambiguous how purposeful that is.
I suggested smaller projects, achieving many clear successes, and gaining experience with successful projects. You're now planning to do an even bigger, harder project. You're not trying to build up to it as I advised. You aren't going step by step starting with small things.
If you want to take my advice, you could start by doing 50 1-minute projects (the project time does not include project planning and organization time). But before that I think you should write down the steps from a bunch of things, as I suggested, since that's an easier, smaller thing to learn. You did that for one thing and then just stopped doing it without explanation, so you didn't develop that skill.
Here’s what I think your current advice to me is:
- First, write down the steps to at least 20 things (like the washing the dishes steps).
- Then, do 50 one-minute projects.
Some questions and comments:
- Do you suggest I post all of the 20 sets of steps?
- #2 looks difficult. I can’t currently think of any projects that take under one minute. Maybe I’ll be able to think of a few after a while. And maybe those few will give me ideas for more.
- Do you suggest I write up project plans for the 50 one-minute projects? Before or after I do them? If yes, do you suggest I post them?
- Should the one-minute projects be linked to each other in some way? Or can they be unrelated?
- Should I follow this advice even though it’s not obvious to me that it will help me get better at learning? It seems like it might help me get better at learning, or it might not. I am willing to do it and see what happens. But you might suggest I not do it if I don’t understand how/if it’ll help me.
- The instructions are clear. The numbers are concrete. I like that.
- I also like that I think I can do the first part.
- I currently feel overwhelmed by the amount of advice you give us. I don’t have good methods for choosing which of it to follow.