How to Learn Something Quickly

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Do this mofosoko:

  1. Understand the big picture in 10 seconds.
  2. Grasp more of that picture using another minute.
  3. Progressively expand your knowledge of that big picture in follow-up quick increments.

Ta-da!

You've just learned what people take exponentially days/months/years/decades to understand.

Why the big picture?

The big picture helps you put every succeeding thing you learn into context.

It helps you synthesize the information, and make more sense of the topic/argument/thesis/yadda quickly and efficiently.

Take a Book

You're no chump; you don't read a book from page 1 to page 300 chronologically.

No way!

Here's what you do:

  1. You get the very big picture: the cover's flaps/intros -- to get the book's thesis statement.
  2. Then glancing at the intro/conclusion chapters..
  3. Then identifying the individual chapters' theses..
  4. Then scrutinizing the indiv. chapters' intros...
  5. Then glancing over the entire book

Every progressive step expands that balloon of knowledge (i.e. the big picture) you got initially.

That helps you:

  • dramatically cut your learning time
  • viciously boosts how much you comprehend

World-class learner: You.

First, start with a big pic.

Then:

Progressively expand that balloon like You = Rockstar.

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Posted on June 11

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