Originally Posted by MediaBLITZ
Try going bite sized - other words take ONE thing you have read or learned and incorporate it into your game. Pretty soon your tool box will have a lot more variety.
+1 to this.
Start with just your opening ranges. Keep things as simple as possible:
1) Early position I will raise AJ or better
2) Late position I will raise JT or better
Focus solely on getting that correct. Then gradually add a little more complexity to it until you have a well-defined opening range from every position.
Then you can move on to postflop. You can teach yourself to Cbet flops regardless of whether you hit or miss. Then you can teach yourself to barrel turns when you have any kind of draw (semi-bluff), as well as any kind of value hand (top pair or better).
Then you can focus on things like bet sizing, pot odds
, implied odds, reverse implied odds, etc.
Just focus on one thing at a time (I suggest preflop first) and don't overwhelm yourself with all the complexities of poker.