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How To Learn Anything Faster


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With the world moving at such a rapid pace, new stuffs are coming out at a speed never before.

Regardless of your age, gender, how educated you are, where you are from, how much money you have or which position you hold in a company, embracing changes and learning new things should have become a way of life.

Otherwise, you’ll soon find yourself becoming obsolete… or even redundant.

Looking back, in a matter of just 10 years, the amount of information and data has increased by 10 folds. That’s a lot!

On the other hand, the amount of time that we have in a single day – 24 hours – is exactly the same as it was 10 years back.

So, that also means with the same amount of time that every one of us has, we now have at least 10x more information to consume and digest, with more coming out every day.

This can be really overwhelming!

Therefore, to keep pace, we all have to learn how to learn faster.

In this deck, I share with you 7 ideas that might help you learn new stuff more efficiently. I hope you find them useful.

Published in: Self Improvement

How To Learn Anything Faster

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  16. to achieve maximum results, focus solelg on learning and improving on just one thing and avoid learning angthing else until gou've mastered it.
  18. when we are learning something new, we have the tendencg of underestimating the amount of time and effort that can be saved bg getting help from someone who's olreadg learned it.
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  27. You can even literallg take it a step further, and learn how to dance. studies indicate that learning to dance helps seniors avoid Alzheimer's. not bad, huh?
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  29. expert—level performance is primarilg the result of expert—level practice, not due to innate talent.
  30. The best performers in the world understand this “secret” to learning faster and become the best, get rarelg talk about its importance because of how msexg it sounds.
  31. 6g actuallg doing something new over and over again, gour brain . wires new pathwags that help/ gou 2 ‘ do this new thing better and faster.
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  33. the next step to hacking the learning curve is to break down what gou are learning into its basic, fundamental components.
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  40. embracing this wag of thinking onlg goes to show that verg few things actuallg make a difference in ang aspect of our lives, including learning. Focus on 20% that matters.
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