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From speaking in courtrooms to becoming one of the world's most recognized performative speakers, Robbie Crabtree uses knowledge from a wide array of disciplines to deliver impactful speeches
Learning by trial and error was an essential part of the journey for Andrew Barry, even as he was learning about learning design and learning outcomes.
Teacher and online creator Ryan Chadha talks about the magic that happens when we teach our brain to work as a learner while forcing ourselves to think as a teacher
Tired of always forgetting things? Brian Groat shares his techniques on using imagery and repetition to remembering.
Ryan explains why hard things rule (hint: it's the hard thing rule!), while Dom explains why old things rule as well!
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.
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
To become a better public speaker, Emmy Sobieski used ultra learning principles to find her authentic voice.
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