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A How-To Guide: Accelerated Learning for Accelerated Times

A How-To Guide: Accelerated Learning for Accelerated Times
The above video is a short presentation I gave at The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam. It covers a basic framework for mastering any skill quickly, including languages, music, dance, and more. What skill have you put off learning for longest… and why? Let me know in the comments. Perhaps I (or other readers) can help. Second, if you could learn one skill in the next six months, what would it be? Important afterword: NOTE — For my competition launched last week (not too late to join), roundtrip airfare is covered for all four winners. Related content:The 4-Hour Chef and Meta-Learning — 200+ pages on all I know about accelerated learningTotal Immersion: How I Learned to Swim Effortlessly in 10 Days and You Can TooScientific Speed Reading: How to Read 300% Faster in 20 MinutesHow I Deconstruct Languages (scroll through the list)

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