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Public Speaking can also be learned through active listening that is driven by our curiosity engine.
One of the best ways to accelerate learning is through the dual power of learning, using both the creative side and analytical side, as Elliot Lum explains, learning is not just rational, it's emotional. We can use technology wisely to deepen connections without becoming dependent upon it.
The key to learning people and emotional intelligence is empathy. The easiest way to build empathy according to Karaminder is by becoming very good at listening first.
To learn something new, Robbie Crabtree looks for people who are better or smarter than he is. Learning from people who are further ahead and going down rabbit holes is the best way to find out what works and what doesn't.. but it takes time!
Performative speaker Robbie Crabtree explains how he chunks things into blocks, resolves open loops, and adds musical notes to make his speech stick to his mind.
To become a great speaker, you have to know your audience and speak their language.
The highest leverage action you can take to become a better speaker, creator and teacher? Create a storybank!
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.
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.
To become a better public speaker, Emmy Sobieski used ultra learning principles to find her authentic voice.
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.
Brian Groat teaches us how to use memory palaces in real life and recall all the details of people you meet.
Joey Doughty about habits, routine building, and how to modify an existing habit rather than breaking a bad habit.
Whether you're writing copy or teaching online courses, one key thing Julia Saxena has learned is that it's never about you! Instead, make your audience the heroes!
Zoom fatigue is a big problem when teaching online. Andrew Barry explains how it can be overcome by using async learning and breakout rooms.
The best way to learn anything is by creating. It forces you to structure your ideas well - full time online creator Daniel Canosa
Startups are a founder's creative solution to a problem they have found in the marketplace.
John Bates learnt from his own experience how to speak like a leader and tell a convincing story
Momentum however is real, and you can create systems that build momentum and then ride it out.
Karaminder explains how our brain is like a computer with a big processor and tiny RAM.. but then we can use notes to augment our memory
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