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The ladder of conscious competence

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The ladder of conscious competence

Post by caffeine needed on Tue Sep 18, 2012 6:41 pm

The Ladder of Conscious Competence
1. Unconscious incompetence

I don't understand or know how to do something, I don't even know that I need to know it.
I am comfortable because I don't know yet what it is I need to learn.

2. Conscious incompetence

I don't understand or know how to do something, but I do know what it is I need to learn.
This is frustrating.

3. Conscious competence

I understand or know how to do something but doing it or using the knowledge requires a great deal of concentration.
This makes it difficult and stressful to do anything else at the same time but I can see I'm making progress.

4. Unconscious competence

I have had so much practice with a skill that it is "second nature" and can be performed easily without concentrating too deeply. I can also teach it to others.
I might be a bit too comfortable and unwilling to try new ways of doing things.
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