1. Set a goal

Set a goal for to keep yourself motivated.
For instance, you could say that you want to finish a course in 30 days.

2. Create your own projects

Creating your own projects will both motivate you and test your skills. You will also learn new things & gain real-life experience that you don’t get from courses.

3. Teach others

Explain what you learn to others & try to teach them. Not only will you understand it better, your debugging skills will become better as you have to spot their bugs.

4. Work together

Working together on a course or a project with someone is much better. It is more fun, gives you more perspective, and is more motivating.

5. Be consistent

The only way to become good at something is to do it consistently. It takes time to become a good programmer, but you can definitely do it.

That’s it in this #quick KB.
Thank you for reading. Happy Coding..!!

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