Replacing Outmoded Habits With Effective Learning Strategies

Exploring seven new science-based learning techniques.

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Anders Ericsson spent his career studying chess champions, violin virtuosos, star athletes, and memory masters. His research on how these masters learned to do extraordinary things is worth paying attention to.




Discussing how to most efficiently absorb new ideas, concepts, and models, and how to most effectively transform these new mental models into new skillsets and behavioral routines.

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David Nicoll, Ph.D

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I’m a dad, a reader, writer, and thought partner for individuals looking to improve their lives. My passion is learning and meeting this century’s challenges.

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