There are many reasons why we might want to learn something new: we’re curious, we’re bored, we’re peer-pressured, the industry we’re in keeps changing too quickly, we’re forced into new jobs because computers now do our old ones better than we ever did.
Whatever the reason, with the internet at our disposal, information is now in abundance. So the question becomes, how do we take this deluge of information and extract meaningful, accurate, soul-quenching knowledge and understanding? What, on Earth, should we do to actually learn something the way it ought to be learned?
That’s the question I sought to answer when writing Connecting the Dots, and the same principles have now been retooled into this free email course—a series of 10 emails, each two days apart, containing tips on learning how to learn.
Ready to learn?