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I still need to read Atomic Habits. I also really like the idea of combining skills to come up with something you are uniquely amazing at.

I recently did some studying for a certification exam, and while it wasn't skill based it was really nice to be able to take practice tests with measurable results to help me find my weakest points.


Thanks, Joe for sharing the experience~

and introducing me to the deliberate practice.

"Combing skills" makes one reflect on what you might be "good" at but not "great" but combinable.

Atomic Habits is an awesome book :)
It's like a pragmatic version of "The power of Habit".

Also I'd recommend "BadAss" book because it discusses how to hook & retain customers your service by helping customers get better (via deliberate practice).

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