As Mr. Miyagi says in The Karate Kid, "First learn stand, then learn fly. Nature's rule Daniel San, not mine." Now before anybody dismisses this quite from a make believe movie know this, the lesson behind the quote is a real lesson. The lesson is this, don't rush things. Don't try to learn everything once. Don't try to go to the next level, when you haven't mastered the level you are in. You need to learn the basics so you can get to the more difficult aspects. The fact that this lesson was used in a make believe movie does not mean its a make believe lesson. Its a real lesson that was borrowed by a make believe movie. And I think its an important lesson for beginners and teachers alike. Don't try to learn stuff you're not ready for. Start from step one then go to step two and so forth. Don't rush through step one just to get to step two. And teachers shouldn't rush their students either and try to go too fast and make the students learn stuff they're not yet ready for.