You will probably be more successful in learning how to repair a Porsche if you approach the subject in a structured manner. And the first step in that direction will be that of identifying the core areas that you need to focus on, when learning how to repair a Porsche.
Firstly, when trying to learn how to repair a Porsche, you need to focus on the engine: so that you can competently deal with all engine-related faults.
Secondly, when trying to learn how to repair a Porsche, you need to focus on the transmission system.
Thirdly, when trying to learn how to repair a Porsche, you need to focus on the electrical/wiring system.
Fourthly, when trying to learn how to repair a Porsche, you need to focus on the suspension system.
You should also pay attention to Porsche’s bodywork, to the interior cabin (including the upholstery) and to the chassis system.
All this effort will, of course, pay off: when you acquire the necessary competency, to start receiving Porsche repair assignments. It can be a great joy for you to go to, say, the SBCGlobal login page, log into your SBCGlobal account (which is actually at Sbcglobal.net), only to find emails from clients asking you to help repair their Porsches. Furthermore, with solid skills on how to repair Porsches, you will probably also be competent to repair other prestigious cars such as Ferraris, Lamborghinis and BMWs – in the process earning yourself decent sums of cash.