I once saw such a question on Zhihu: What are the characteristics of people with high IQ but average academic performance? What caused it? What email list I think is lacking the most is persistence and patience.
Growing up, I felt that my grades depended on "luck" + "comparably high IQ" in exchange. During the exam, make a surprise attack, pass it smoothly, and forget about it afterwards. It's easy to get started with anything, but it's easy to give up and stop at anything.
I am full of curiosity about the world. If I don’t understand it, I will check the materials to learn, and I will try it when I get started. Every step I take, I weigh the pros and cons along the way, and it doesn't feel like much attraction, but that's all, there's no need to spend any more energy to go deeper, the easiest solution is to give up and turn around and invest in a new area of interest.
Although I know this is a bad habit, I have a smooth sailing in my studies, and I have a fluke mentality.
I brought this bad habit to work.
Learning Axure is nothing more than that, just like that, I can draw, I'm not UI, so I don't need to do high fidelity.
Now the B-end product manager is very popular, it is a bit boring to sign up for a course to learn. My current job is C-side, I don't need this skill for the time being, so let's not waste time.
His data analysis is well done. I want to learn it too. It's been a while. It's very difficult. It's almost there.
This ending is: everyone knows, but they are not professional.
We prefer things we are skilled or good at and avoid things that are difficult and prone to frustration; when we encounter difficulties, we tend to see the negative side and deny ourselves.
If the work is only "point to the end", it seems that the work has been completed, but in fact it is only strong on the outside and dry on the surface, and the surface is bright.
The fastest shortcut in the world is to keep your feet on the ground.