“A micromastery isn’t about spending 10,000 hours becoming an expert at something. It typically requires a much smaller commitment (though can vary based on the skill). A micromastery can be learning to fold fitted sheets, for example.”
Most things you read about learning are focused on how to learn big skills, but there’s just as much value in learning tiny ones.
Kelsey Osgood explains why you should try micromastery and suggests the learning of minor skills like how to dance the tango or change a flat tire can have significant benefits including to increase your ability to focus, reduce your anxiety, and improve your brain health.
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