skills

People Explain Which Things They Think They Do Right But Aren't 100% Sure
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What is normal anyway?

We all have behaviors and quirks that some may look at with a furrowed brow, but they just don't get the genius.

And besides, all the other cool kids are doing it.

Aren't they?

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People Share Which Skill They'd Choose If They Could Wake Up With 10,000 Hours Of Experience
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There's a commonly held belief that it takes 10,000 hours of practice or experience to really get good at something.

It's a false fact that's been debunked countless times, but the basic idea - that time, commitment, and effort will help you improve your skills - is a solid one.

Except that takes SO LOOOOOOOOONG. Can't we get a montage or something?

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When a person perpetually dismisses the petty grievances of their spouse, they eventually reach a tipping point after there has been mounting resentment. That’s what happened to a male Redditor, who touted himself as someone who is obsessed with cooking. He is married to a woman who is completely the opposite. When he ran out […] More
People Confess Which Extremely Common Skill They Never Quite Mastered
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I admire musicians. Pianists, guitarists, drummers, violinists, and every other instrumentalist deserves to make a decent living for doing what they love.

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People Confess Which Basic Computer Skills They're Shocked Some People Don't Possess
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Computers are not everyone's strong suit. Generation z is now reaching adulthood, and they've had computers, smart phones, and iPads since birth.

For anyone in an older generation, this wasn't the case. Computers weren't even advertised for the home until the Superbowl of 1984, and even then it was priced at $2,500.

Come the turn of the 21st century, computers are a staple in the home, but the advancements in the last two decades have left some people scrambling to keep up. Things that might seem basic to some are shockingly uncommon to others.

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