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  1. If there are books, then to your taste, “for yourself”. Now it is fashionable to make lists like “top 100 books that everyone should read”in social networks.Well, no one owes anything if they don't have a heart for it. Listen to recommendations, read reviews and reviews, but don't take them as immutable truths. Just think about what you are interested in, curious about, and want to understand. It doesn't matter how popular it is.�

    The main thing is to think, ask questions and look for answers to them. Books, movies, and, of course, people can give them money. The more information sources you have and the more diverse they are , the better. I have long noted, for example, that communicating with people who are older or younger than myself is much more interesting and useful than communicating with peers. Because those who are younger, are aware of the latest trends, are more energetic and advanced; well, those who are older, have more life experience, and even wisdom.

    In general, communicate and read, try to meet new people and new authors, get new information, i.e., food for thought. As the saying goes, if you don't want to die of thirst, you must learn to drink from all the wells.

  2. What does it mean to “develop yourself”?

    If we are talking about the mythical “self-development” that all sorts of “successful” vk publics are full of , then this is just garbage, splashing out on really unnecessary things, and fashion that will sooner or later go down, �(already falling down)

    If we talk about the adequate development of a strong side-choose the area in which you want to become stronger, study literature/video courses, depending on what information is easier for you to perceive. Set a specific, real task for yourself, and take small steps forward. �

    Example: let's say you want to improve your javascript skills, html+css = choose a hosting service, try creating several pages of the site. Whether you understand what is yours or not, if it is yours , you will continue to go deeper, get interested, read or watch more video courses, communicate on specialized forums, and this will increase your useful experience.

  3. Some books may not come in, even though they're great. It's just not the time yet. My method was to read books that were difficult for me, mixed with fascinating ones, and the main thing for me was not to stop. Do not stop and read all day and night long, the speech itself will line up, the necessary authors will be found.�

    I can recommend something, but it may be out of place. I may think that I can't help but like Goffman (“The Serapion Brothers”) or Nietzsche's “So Spake Zarathustra” or Byron the Entertainer, there were places in Childe Harold where I laughed out loud.�

    Isn't Shakespeare a favorite? And Dostoevsky? It is necessary to form an attitude to literature. You can attack it for example. There are so many great books that you can't count them. The problem so far is that the taste is not formed, and rather you read to find out, rather than to stop time.

  4. I developed most strongly among strong, active and intelligent people. The society of individuals who do something for the world, and do not be stupid in the VC or otherwise do not kill their lives, is very developing. Do you want it? Look for places where similar people live.
    There are other ways to get better, and they work, but this one, for me personally, has always been the most effective.

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