Deconstruct the skill and implement the 80/20 principle. It is a concept developed by Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto which explains that 80% of your desired outputs will come from only 20% of your inputs. Then the exact ratio of varies from situation to situation. You’ll find that 20% of people in your life will lead to 80% of your happiness. It can be also said that 20% of your customers will drive 80 percent of your sales and 20 percent of your learning methods will lead to 80% of your results. When it comes to learning it feels like there’s so much we don’t know, so it’s easy to jump around everywhere this will only lead to wasted time. What you want to do instead is to focus on one or two things that will drive the middle for what you want to achieve and devote most of your time practicing those things. For example, if you want to learn how to play the guitar instead of focusing on strumming patterns notes on the fretboard hammer-on pull-off techniques. You should only focus on learning the basic chords and transitions between them because that will give you 80% of the results and in 20% of the time you’ll be able to play the songs you wanted.