As the new year starts we take some resolutions and think we will fulfill this resolution no matter how many hurdles I need to face or no matter how much I need to give my favorite things.
For example, there are more than 13% of people who make resolutions to do exercise. but do you think how many of them might fulfill that?
The exact same thing happens when we decide to learn to code. We quickly take some courses available in Udemy or freeCodeCamp and start practicing them.
After some weeks, sometimes you feel that the course you took might not have all content you were looking for and you buy some other courses and as all courses have different content, we might lose in the courses itself.
After several months, we might feel that you are nowhere as you have lack knowledge in all the topics and this can lead to disappointment and basically giving up on learning new stuff.
But do you think what you missed when you start coding? What if someone guided you in the right direction? or someone motivated you throughout this journey?
If you’re trying to teach yourself how to code, you are probably pretty familiar with the struggles in the story.
In this article, I would like to discuss some of the actionable tips to keep you motivated in your learning journey.