1-12 Week 1 Wrap Up

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Watching a video or reading a book forms a great start to learning and sometimes it's true. And we discovered that slight occasional disruptions as when you're studying in a coffee shop can enhance your ability to learn more difficult big picture sorts of concepts. We also got an overview of the changing nature of today's world, and the important role of not only language and culture, but of technology.

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[MUSIC] We’ve had a busy week here in Mindshift. Here are a few of the key points we covered. First, it’s okay to be a slow learner. In fact slow learners can some times catch errors that even geniuses miss. Precisely because they’re looking at things more slowly and carefully. And as research on mastery learning shows. If you’re a slow learner, it may take you more time to learn something, but you can absolutely grasp the material just as well as, and sometimes even better than, fast, racecar brain learners. We also learned how important it is to take active steps yourself in whatever you are learning. Watching a video or reading a book forms a great start to learning and sometimes it’s true. That’s all you need. But if you are learning something you want to be able to do yourself, whether it’s coding, math, speaking another language, learning to dance. Or anything else, you need to actively practice yourself if you want to develop any sort of expertise. Just watching someone solve a problem or speak another language, for example, isn’t enough. Career wise, we learned that your past can have great value for your future even if it seems completely disconnected. So don’t feel bad if your past at first. We looked at focused versus diffuse ways of thinking. And we discovered that slight occasional disruptions as when you’re studying in a coffee shop can enhance your ability to learn more difficult big picture sorts of concepts. Music isn’t necessarily bad, although it’s perhaps best to stick to music without lyrics that isn’t too loud. And we found that environment can make a surprising difference in how you feel. We also got an overview of the changing nature of today’s world, and the important role of not only language and culture, but of technology. Sometimes your natural passions can fool you. It’s important to take a strategic as well as a passion influenced approach to your learning. Next week we’ll be getting deeper into happy learning. See you soon! [MUSIC]

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