Right now I’m in a self inflicted slog of working full time, going to school almost full time, and picking up adult education builder classes as I can. It has been hard but also interesting, the juxtaposition in a short time of seemingly very different skills , for example writing, coding, woodworking, and sheet metal working, has helped me to see patterns just like reading a lot of different works by different authors might.
The skills of editing for writing, debugging for code, trouble shooting for metal and wood work, these are all craftsman type skills that take a lot of time and effort to build, and I would count them as the part of the venn diagrams of these skills as an overlapping troubleshooting layer. I think doing one can help to improve the other. I don’t have any good specific examples though which always makes me nervous that it is just a pretty idea that has no real substance. More research is needed.