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A Plzbro is someone that doesn't want to do their own research. They just want someone to give them Tha Stepz and do all the learning and math for them. Plzbros are a dead-weight on the community, asking the same questions over and over, and even if they can find a mentor willing to give them diopter specific advice against community rules, they see less improvement because they don't understand the process. Most Plzbros make nearly no improvement and give up.

Don't be a Plzbro, start with Guide:Start your improvement here. Make sure to READFIRST before asking questions.

Things nobody can tell you

  • how far your work is from your face
  • how much blur you're seeing
  • how clearly you need to be able to see your work
  • if you are cylinder dependent
  • if you are ready for your next reduction
  • if you reduced too fast and need to go back
  • if you're spending enough time outside

Please don't ask these questions

"I'm new, where do I start."

"What are differentials/normalized??"

"What is Active Focus?"

"Hi Jake plz Jake I have -4 and -7 what do I do to reduce?"

— Many Plzbros

"Read the material that already exists, this is answered."

— The community

See also

Guide:How to ask for support

Explainer:No diopter specific advice