Slow is Good
Does learning new software stress you out? I’ve noticed that for some reason, most people feel like they have to operate the computer quickly. This pressure to move fast creates stress because you really need to move slowly in order to learn things properly. Now, the funny part is that there is absolutely no reason that you should feel rushed. One of the wonderful things about computers is that they are infinitely patient. A computer has absolutely no problem waiting for an entire day for you to press one button; it does not get upset because you are taking a lot of time to figure something out. In fact, I have a Peter Kay Zen rule for you to remember: To learn quickly, move slowly. Use that tip the next time and you’ll see great results.