Learn to Learn
Self-promotional, slow, and shallow can still be true: "5-Hour Rule: If you're not spending 5 hours per week learning, you're being irresponsible" has many nuggets of truth in its chatty expansion of a simple, supremely valuable theme:
Among the best bits in this Michael Simmons 2017 essay are his observations:
- "... the world's smartest and busiest people find one hour a day for deliberate learning ..." (in a recap of the author's own 2016 article "Bill Gates, Warren Buffett And Oprah All Use The 5-Hour Rule")
- The more you give away knowledge, the more you:
... all good metacognitive observations — despite an overly long, distractingly disorganized presentation (with fake-filler inspirational quotes).
(cf Research and Life (2000-09-07), Incalculable Wealth (2000-11-12), Hal Clement (2003-11-05), Undressed Art (2005-02-01), Feynman Lectures (2006-11-26), Strengthsfinder (2008-01-24), This Is Water (2009-05-21), Body Learning (2015-06-19), Metacognitive Classroom (2019-09-06), Amplify the Essential (2019-11-10), ...) - ^z - 2020-01-29