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Pragmatic Thinking and
Learning
Aug 2014
Dreyfus Model - Novice to Expert
Novices - need recipes
Advanced Beginner - don’t need big picture
Competent - can trouble...
Applying Dreyfus
Rules for Novices, Intuition for Experts
Most people are advanced beginners
Imitate - Assimilate - Innova...
The Brain
Dual CPU Modes - Linear and Rich
Rich mode not under control. Asynchronous
Send knowledge and problems.Returns
s...
Using Right Brain / Rich Mode
Add More Senses - Visual, Aural, Smell, Feel
Engage R-Mode : Draw, Listen to Music, Jog, Roc...
Debug Your Mind
Cognitive biases
Anchoring, Attribution, Self-serving, Closure need, Confirmation bias, Liking,
Hawthorne ...
Learn Deliberately
SMART Objectives
Simple, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timeboxed
Learning as Investment
SMART, Dive...
Gain Experience
Play to Learn play more to learn more
Leverage existing Knowledge
mind-size bite, learn-from-similarity, u...
Manage Focus
Meditate transcendental meditation
Defocus to Focus Pomodoro
Manage your Knowledge
Read, Mindmaps, Wiki-garde...
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A Summary of Principles discussed in Andy Hunts "Pragmatic Thinking and Learning"

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Pragmatic thinking and learning

  1. 1. Pragmatic Thinking and Learning Aug 2014
  2. 2. Dreyfus Model - Novice to Expert Novices - need recipes Advanced Beginner - don’t need big picture Competent - can troubleshoot Proficient - can self-correct Expert - work from intuition
  3. 3. Applying Dreyfus Rules for Novices, Intuition for Experts Most people are advanced beginners Imitate - Assimilate - Innovate Learn the skill of Learning Keep Practising
  4. 4. The Brain Dual CPU Modes - Linear and Rich Rich mode not under control. Asynchronous Send knowledge and problems.Returns solution Capture solutions when you get them Learn using Synthesis (R) and Analysis (L) Change the brain - Mindset and Meditation
  5. 5. Using Right Brain / Rich Mode Add More Senses - Visual, Aural, Smell, Feel Engage R-Mode : Draw, Listen to Music, Jog, Rock Climb, Stitch Engage R-to-L Mode Flow : Edisons Bearings Use Metaphors, Cultivate with Humor Free form Journaling Labyrinth walking
  6. 6. Debug Your Mind Cognitive biases Anchoring, Attribution, Self-serving, Closure need, Confirmation bias, Liking, Hawthorne effect, False memory, Symbolic reduction, Nominal fallacy Generational Archetypes Nomad, Prophet, Artist, Hero Personality tendencies Extravert / Introvert, Sensing/Intuition, Thinking/Feeling, Judging/Perceiving Hardware bugs - Lizard Logic Fight / Flight, Get-it-Now, Alpha-dog, Defend-territory, Blame-not-Fix, Good/Evil, Monkey-see / Monkey-do
  7. 7. Learn Deliberately SMART Objectives Simple, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timeboxed Learning as Investment SMART, Diverse, Active, Regular Primary Learning Mode Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic Enhanced Learning Techniques sq3r, mind-maps, teach, write
  8. 8. Gain Experience Play to Learn play more to learn more Leverage existing Knowledge mind-size bite, learn-from-similarity, unlearn-from-differences Embed Failing in Practice Build-Test-Learn Inner Game see without judging and then act Imagine Success
  9. 9. Manage Focus Meditate transcendental meditation Defocus to Focus Pomodoro Manage your Knowledge Read, Mindmaps, Wiki-gardens Optimize Current Context GTD, Pomodoro Manage Interruptions Email, Chat, Calls, Context-friendly breaks

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