How to learn anything fast (The Tim Ferris Method)

Tim Ferris is renowned for being able to learn things very rapidly. His method focusses on the following (a) Deconstruction – break down the task, keeping the end in mind (b) 80:20 principle – focus on the 20% of learning that can lead to 80% of the skill (c) Sequencing – learning skills individually and in a correct sequence. (d) Stakes – to keep you accountable.

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