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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have been reading a lot of books on deliberate practise like Grit - Angela Duckworth, Talent is Overrated - Colvin and Peak - Ericsson and Pool and I'd like to implement the principles in my training to become a good mathematician.

There isn't much advice on how to apply these principles to become a mathematician, although interviews and case studies on mathematicians are cited.

I want a set of concrete steps I can follow to improve my mathematical skills. I should note, that by mathematical skill, I mean ability to solve problems (Like the Olympiad type, which will later help me in research). I'm not asking for advice to increase my grade or marks. I'm interested in improving my mathematical ability.

There isn't much advice on how to apply these principles to become a mathematician, although interviews and case studies on mathematicians are cited.

I want a set of concrete steps I can follow to improve my mathematical skills. I should note, that by mathematical skill, I mean ability to solve problems (Like the Olympiad type, which will later help me in research). I'm not asking for advice to increase my grade or marks. I'm interested in improving my mathematical ability.