But the problem with hedging is that you never get a big payoff from any of your bets.
We fall into hedging because we don’t feel like we can get fast results from any single learning task.
But what if you could actually quickly improve at any learning task you set your mind to?
Suddenly there’s no need to “hedge”.
Practice isn’t a blind scattershot effort any more - instead it feels more like laser-focused problem solving.
And that’s exactly what it becomes: a simple process of asking “what’s the next problem to solve?” and then solving it.
You still benefit from having a great teacher, or having access to good books and courses for your instrument learning.
But the difference is: you are able to quickly learn whatever you set your mind to.
There’s no need to hedge. You simply identify what would be most useful to learn or improve next, and then you do it.
Once you have access to the methods that let you learn super-fast, it really is that simple.