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Motivation when learning new stuff

Postby Johan G » Sun Jun 25, 2017 10:34 am

Most of us know that you do not learn things instantly. However, many give up before they try, but usually still feel something is important enough to try convince someone else to do the things they find important.

Do not give up, try see the learning curve as an adventure with its ups and downs. Yes, it will take time. But it most probably will be really rewarding.

Unknown wrote:Triumph is just umph added to try.

Stumbled upon this today while looking into more modern Blender versions and find it to be equally relevant when being creative with FlightGear:

Very good advice. by Andrew Price at

For those who do not know, Andrew have made a huge amount of rather good tutorials, some free, some not. He also have had various talks about Blender.
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