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I am writing an article about myself and I want to write "I need to improve my efficiency to speed up my progress." But I want to use a different word than improve to represent the similar meaning because I've already written "improve" for several times in the previous sections of the article.

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Perhaps just

I need to be more efficient in order to progress faster.

"Improve my efficiency" and "speed up my progress" both sound awkward and too wordy to me.

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