Study vs work & why both are important
04 August, 2020 - 1 min read
I'll keep this short and sweet.
Study: Actively seeking out and learning in areas you are lacking in. Work: Getting shit done.
I prefer to work than study. It's easier to do what you're already good at. It's a good way to get shit done but it's limiting. Working is more like iterating and practicing over and over again. You'll get better at those tasks.
But, it's important to push yourself to learn new things. This is how you grow.
I need to set some time aside each day to study in the areas I'm lacking. For me that will predominately be in business logic with coding. I enjoy designing the frontend code and user interfaces but my hardcore programming skills are my weak spot.
I'm going to aim for 1 hour a day, what do you need to study?