What’s easy to learn but hard to master? by QuestionGuy November 22, 2021, 11:58 am What’s easy to learn but hard to master? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeeasyhardlearn 'masterQuestion and AnswerWhats See more Previous article The Joy of Cryptography Next article Men of Reddit, who were judged just because of their gender, what happened? 41 Comments Leave a Reply Cooking. Log in to Reply Appreciating yourself for who you are Log in to Reply Guitar Log in to Reply Singing Log in to Reply Drawing. Anyone can draw a stick figure. Only a few people can draw hyper-realistic portraits. Log in to Reply Driving… and im sure everyone in here have examples of bad drivers who drive for years yet they dont know how to drive right Log in to Reply everything. Log in to Reply Recorder. Anyone can put it in their mouth and make it make a sound. Learning to make that sound actually sound good and flow right is the tricky part. Log in to Reply Living an organized life. Log in to Reply Falling asleep. All humans naturally know how to fall asleep, but being able to fall asleep whenever you want, at any time and any place, at your desk at work, at your bench in class, in your car, etc. requires you to master the art of falling asleep. I wish I was one of those people who can take 20 minute power naps at any time of the day. Log in to Reply Bowling, specifically with a hook and a hooking ball. Log in to Reply Learning, yeah you do it A LOT in school but you dont really understand what they teach you. Log in to Reply Chess Log in to Reply Skiing Log in to Reply At the risk of sounding basic, The Sims. It’s incredibly fun and rewarding which is why once i pick it up i can’t stop playing for weeks. edit: words Log in to Reply Meditation Log in to Reply Most videogames Log in to Reply basically everything Log in to Reply How to have patience. Log in to Reply Bass guitar Log in to Reply Playing the violin Log in to Reply Piano. Log in to Reply Guitar. It’s easy to learn the bare basics like strumming open chords, but there are so many ways to play it, and certain techniques feel near impossible to master. Log in to Reply Archery. It’s easy to learn how to hold a bow, nock an arrow and release it in the direction of the target, but hitting the bullseye consistently? That’s hard. Log in to Reply Piano. I feel like the amount of work it takes to get from intermediate to advanced is huge compared to the amount between beginning and intermediate. Log in to Reply Tiling. I was taught to tile as a kid. Finally as an adult I used the skill to fix a bathroom and then to redo the bathroom. Came out well. People saw my bathroom and said “You did that?!?” Yep was super easy, because everything was fucking square, there were no weird corners, and I just had to keep shit straight and level. Growing up I literally worked with a guy who could do mosaics. Log in to Reply othello Log in to Reply Lock picking Log in to Reply Art. I’m an artist and there is some art techniques I can not do and probably never will. Hyper-realistic drawing/painting is one of them. It takes crazy mastering to do. I also do ceramics and it takes soooo very long to become a master ceramicist. Most of the best ones are overseas and the techniques they use have been passed down in families from generation after generation. Log in to Reply Guitar/ukulele. You can get decent at it in less than a year of lazy practice, enough to play most basic tunes and sing-along to it. And then you will stay on that level until you day of old age. Log in to Reply Surfing Log in to Reply Jerking off Log in to Reply Language. From a Linguistic major student. Log in to Reply Programming Log in to Reply Wiping your bum properly Log in to Reply Golf Chess Log in to Reply Studying. Log in to Reply Guitar I’ve played almost every day for over a year now, and I know ONE song (which is made of 4 chords played over and over) Log in to Reply Langauges Log in to Reply Othello (the game, not the play) Log in to Reply Sweeping. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.