Scaffolding mindset

To do something incomplete or imperfect with the understanding that it is the means to an end and will eventually be superceded or dissolved as the process advances and understanding deepens.

To legitimize imperfection as a way to start something.

For example, spaced-repetition is an 'artificial' context but can to keep familiar things in memory until they are sufficiently present in a non-synthetic context.

This is more focused on getting started, whereas Responsive mindset is about maintaining movement.

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