You then have to let go of your plans. And plan again. Do take some breaks. No matter how little time you have in your day. Breaks give your mind space to digest, mentally process, and assimilate what's happening, what is working and what isn't, and to decide if you need to change anything. At the end of each day take time to reflect. Ask yourself what worked today and what didn't. Do the same at the end of each week too. For anything that didn't go well, ask yourself what you've learnt from that and what you might do differently, next time. Einstein began his serious thought experiments at the age of sixteen. Ten years later he came up with his first revolutionary theory of relativity. It is impossible to quantify the time he spent honing his theoretical skills in those ten years, but is not hard to imagine him working three hours a day on this particular problem, which would yield more than 10,000 hours after a decade. What in fact separates Mozart and Einstein from others is the extreme youth with which they began their apprenticeships and the intensity with which they practiced, stemming from their total immersion in the subject. It is often the case that in our younger years we learn faster, absorb more deeply, and yet retain a kind of creative verve that tends to fade as we get older. There are no shortcuts or ways to bypass the Apprenticeship Phase. It is the nature of the human brain to require such lengthy exposure to a field, which allows for complex skills to become deeply embedded and frees the mind up for real creative activity. The very desire to find shortcuts makes you eminently unsuited for any kind of mastery. There is no possible reversal to this process. It's like chopping down a huge tree of immense girth. When you reach the point where it is time for you to begin forgiving people for the pain, they have caused you, and yourself for the ways you have contributed, you reach a point where you truly need to commit to changing your perspective.

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