This chapter focuses on a very important but often insufficiently addressed factor that plays a huge role in how effectively a new learner applies know-how-to in the real world. Without enough confidence, a novice may experience uncertainty with new know-how, leading to an inability to apply what they have learned. Let’s examine the ingredients that go into the application of capability to perform, especially of anything new:

•  Skill is the ability to do something. The skilled person owns this skill, which can take many forms:

  physical (dance ...

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