Context matters. A lot.

We do not spend hours and hours learning only the theory. It’s only part of deep learning if we did that.

We encounter many situations in our daily lives, even, where we see that knowing when to do what is make-or-break.

Knowing when repetition is needed gives us the advantage of being practiced. Knowing when to try a different approach or risk can save us a lot of headache.

Knowing when to do something by yourself helps you grow as an individual. Knowing when to ask for help or collaborate tightens social bonds.

There are two types/stages of beginnings: one is when you learn how something works, the other is when you start to figure out what to apply and when.

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