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How did you learn that?

How did you learn that?

“How did you learn that?” is a question Andrew Barry often asks others, but in this episode he’ll be the one answering it! On effective teaching and learning methods, storytelling and a whole lot more

Learning from culture and history

Learning from culture and history

If a word or concept is re-used and remixed by culture, that's a sign that it's an important concept. Dan Collison describes how he uses cultural patterns and ethymology for learning and filtering.

Learning from history

Learning from history

History offers valuable lessons on the problems we face now. Dan Collison tells us about naivity as a superpower and how to beat the Minotaur

How Emmy applied the principles of ultra learning and ultra speaking

How Emmy applied the principles of ultra learning and ultra speaking

To become a better public speaker, Emmy Sobieski used ultra learning principles to find her authentic voice.

Who not How

Who not How

To achieve an ambitious goal, Jesse Desjardings has learned the most important question to ask is Who, not How. Getting the right people onboard is more important than anything else.

Dare to make mistakes!

Dare to make mistakes!

In today's newsletter, Ryan writes about how the bad reputation of errors actually harms learning, and Dom writes about what he learned from a memory athlete!

How to remember everything about a person you meet

How to remember everything about a person you meet

Brian Groat teaches us how to use memory palaces in real life and recall all the details of people you meet.

Who Not How

Who Not How

As Jesse found out when building his vision it was getting the right people excited that made all the difference.

The four-part loop of building habits

The four-part loop of building habits

Joey Doughty about habits, routine building, and how to modify an existing habit rather than breaking a bad habit.

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