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Eric Disco

I would move on to Step 4. You will never get Step 3 100% from where you are now. Why? Here’s an analogy.

I took algebra in high school. After the class, I didn’t feel like I was very strong with algebra. The next math class was geometry. That was even harder. Considering my algebra wasn’t strong, I was worried about taking geometry. In geometry, we used algebra constantly. Once I was finished with geometry, next came trigonometry. After geometry, I didn’t feel like my geometry was that strong, but after a year of geometry, my algebra got a lot stronger. In other words, if you keep at the same level for too long trying to perfect that level, you may be doing yourself a disservice. Move on to a move challenging level and you will get stronger at the easier stuff.