This is a personal understanding which I got from this video at Tedx talk by Josh Kaufman
You have free time just it feels that you have no free time.
I am very much enthusistic to learn new things.
go to the book store,library how to learn new things?
How many time takes to learn something new : 10000 hours
What we say?
I have no time: excuse :p
expert level performance: 10000
most time practicing,most learning,improvising
experts are built
10000 rule everything but need to be a expert
It's not true,
performance = 1/practice
how good you are = saturated curve practice_time
to be a reasonably good 20 hours
Rapid skill acquisition
What you want to do with this skill?
1.Deconstruct the skill: Required component
2.Learn enough to self correct coose 3 to 5 books/courses don't use to it procastinate. do learn enough self edit.
3.Remove practice barriers :: mobile,tvs,everything
4.Practice at least 20 hours.
Feeling stupid is a barrier overcome it stick with the practice.
The major barrier to learn anything is not intellectual, it's emotional.
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Top comments (3)
Find "the" skill you want to "master" in 20 hours, read up on it, write about it, practice the skill and teach someone else what you have learned. If you can, you have "mastered" that skill. very doable if the skill can be "mastered" in 20 hours.
Find "the" skill you want to "master" in 10,000 hours, read up on it, write about it, practice the skill and teach someone else what you have learned. If you can, you have "mastered" that skill. very doable if the skill can be "mastered" in 10,000 hours.
Isn't this just about how "expansive" you make that skill you want to master?
This is a good idea to do if he can identify the skill he loves...
I will be updating it sometimes for updated notes check this simp.ly/p/ZKf1vJ.