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SkillUp Ed

An Unusual But Effective Approach to Becoming (A Lot) More Skilled

Learn sub-skills, not skills

Illustration by the author showing different sub-skills involved in learning to be more productive.

If I told you that you could become a better pianist by learning touch typing, would you believe me? Most people would agree, but some would be happy to debate that.

And how about this: if I told you that you could learn Spanish more easily by learning French, would you believe…

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