The learning industry is a massive industry. Between schools and universities, online courses, community art classes, business seminars, and immersive language schools, there are trillions of dollars devoted to helping people learn.
But here's the thing - you don't need to spend piles of money, or take on mountains of debt to learn some of the most important, highly-leveraged lessons.
You can become a better learner for free. And learning to learn (meta-learning) is one of the most highly leveraged skills one can cultivate.
Over the next four posts, I will cover 4 different principles of learning.
The principles I will share are ones that I have found to have an outsized impact on my life. These are concepts that punch above their weight. They are the value stocks of the learning world.
Next Up: Learning to see the world, your work, and your relationships with fresh eyes.
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