For our career development, there is much to learn from experts in any field. That is the topic for today. Great career advice: faster learning tips. Take a look at these past posts on career advice.
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Great Career Advice: Faster Learning Tips
One of the biggest mistakes that we can make is to rely on our friends and family for career advice. Your friends may be smart. And they have will your best interests at heart. But they represent a limited perspective on what it takes to be successful in a job search. Or what job really fits your personal attributes.
One of our attributes that affects our career development is our ability to grasp concepts quickly. So, what can we do to learn faster? Really, to do better in grasping concepts? Hence, great career advice: faster learning tips.
“In the video below, the always entertaining Tim Ferriss explains techniques he used to teach himself to play a song on the drums in front of a live audience in only a week. This is a fun feat that pushed Ferriss to think carefully about how to learn fast and come up with useful rules of thumb. But it’s hardly the most impressive example of learning one can imagine. In a world that includes the theory of relativity, the plays of Shakespeare, and a Worldwide Web of instantly connected supercomputers, it’s not difficult to come up with other people who might have even more authority to talk about how to learn hard things quickly. Thankfully, the geniuses behind just these sorts of jaw-dropping feats of intellect have been more than willing to share their tips. In fact, figures no less respected that Albert Einstein, his fellow physics Nobel laureate Richard Feynman, and super entrepreneur Elon Musk have all offered practical advice anyone can use to accelerate their learning of the subject of their choice.”
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