Do you really know what you are looking for when tapping a watermelon in the store? When I was little I used to pretend to knock on the watermelon as if I knew what I was doing, but now I am sharing the secrets mastered only by the pros.
How can you guarantee choosing the best watermelon? Under what conditions does each method can apply? If you don’t have as many watermelons to use to sharpen your skill as the farmers do, what is the best way to practice? In 10 minutes, you will learn all different ways and be much more knowledgeable and better than most of your friends.
Have you had situation that you wanted to learn something but you did not, and your excuse was it was hard to learn or you were too busy to learn?
What is the best way to learn, the quickest way and the most effective way to learn?
We start with Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers, and then Tim Ferris’s “4-Hour Workweek”, David Allen’s “Getting Things Done”. What do these 3 books have in common? What are the differences? I will introduce the best practices from the experts and provide a unified view of the learning process for different kinds of students.