Posts Tagged ‘skills’

How To Start and Master Self Learning (Autodidacticism)

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Each and every one of us has our innate curiosities. Curiosity is often what leads us to self-study.  Self-study leads to the self-learning bug of autodidacticism. If you are unfamiliar with autodidacticism, here’s a quick description by Wikipedia: Autodidacticism (also autodidactism) or self-education (also self-learning and self-teaching) is education without the guidance of masters (such as…

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Eli Wilde on Wilde Influence, Beliefs, and Cold Showers

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Eli Wilde (@iamwilde) is a man of many faces. After his mom won $7 million on the lottery, Eli started to believe in magic. This led to his journeys through Colorado and finally to becoming the top salesperson for Tony Robbins. After that, he began Wilde Influence where he teaches every step of influence to…

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Pareto’s Principle (80/20 Rule) And How To Do Anything Better

Have you ever started a new diet, routine or skill sprinting out of the gates? Of course, in no time you end up slowing down and subsequently failing. Although, you didn’t fail for the reason that you think you did. See, we often focus on the small micro-tasks that someone does, and these are the ones that people…

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The Difference Between Multitasking and High Leverage Skills

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it may seem like High Leverage Skills are another form of multitasking, I want to clear the air and differentiate the two. So in this quick article, let’s break down the difference between multitasking and high leverage skills. The Difference Between Multitasking and High Leverage Skills Multitasking by definition is:  “the performance of multiple tasks…

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How To Start A Journal (3 Important Things To Keep In Mind)

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Okay, okay. This may not seem like a high leverage skill, but on the premise of teaching ourselves how to let Ideas flow and produce coherent thoughts (as an HLS), it only makes sense that one important habit to get down is starting a journal. Yes, most people don’t know how to start a journal.…

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The Difference Between Skills and Habits

We often think of skills and habits as the same thing. I mean logically they both describe some elements that underly our being. Habits make up almost everything we do every day, down to which shoe we tie first and which sock we put on. While skills, on the other hand, highlight what we’ve been…

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