Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to see that you are here my friend. As you know, I am a traumatic brain injury survivor. If you are not familiar who I am as a traumatic brain injury survivor who is living with an invisible disability I would invite you to visit my About Page my friend. To visit my about page, click on this link: My About Page. But before you do, please read this article. Thank you.
One of the limitations that my traumatic brain affects is my inability to remember and follow sequences of information. If I do not write things down and study them, I have a difficult time following those sequences. In practice, implementing those sequences consequently takes me a very long time. In my experience, I have found that I have to do things over and over again, and then do them some more before I learn the sequence.
In my experience, I have found this to be true when I want to learn some thing new. I have found that I need to drill skills and sequences a bazillion times to become proficient in those skills. In my experience, I have had to drill one skill at a time to become proficient in that skill. In my experience, I have found that when I work at one skill at a time, I am able to combine that skill (objective) with other skills (objectives) to achieve goals in my life.
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