You don’t know your limitations until you’ve challenged them. Once you can go no further, then you know. Example: As a teenager I pushed my typing speed as fast as it can go. I was able to get to a consistent 110wpm at 99% accuracy but could not get 100% accuracy at 110wpm and if I did bursts that were faster, I couldn’t sustain them and would drop back down to 110wpm. So, I know that’s my limitation. I accept my limitation.

You don’t know your limitations until you’ve challenged them.
 
Once you can go no further, then you know.
 
Example: As a teenager I pushed my typing speed as fast as it can go. I was able to get to a consistent 110wpm at 99% accuracy but could not get 100% accuracy at 110wpm and if I did bursts that were faster, I couldn’t sustain them and would drop back down to 110wpm.
 
So, I know that’s my limitation. I accept my limitation.
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  HOWEVER… my goal was to capture my thought in real time. So, I learned about talking speed, thinking speed, looked into alt thought capturing ways.

Shorthand methods, ways to summarize, etc.

So, while I accepted my fingers have a “max capability”, I did not and don’t accept the notion that it’s impossible to capture thoughts. It’s not impossible. I’m still working on it.

So, there’s always a way.

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