This week I was surprised again by a quote in Dune. Fictions doesn’t seem so bad, after all.
The quote felt like it was put there for me specifically: “He learned quickly because he first learned how to learn”.
This reminded me I never finished my study on the subject of learning. I base my teaching and my own learning on pieces of the puzzle, rather than the whole picture.
I tried something else therefore. I went back to see Coursera’s “Learning How To Learn”. I knew there were things I had missed.
Like using the Pomodoro technique. And rewarding myself for working intensely. And thinking of new things to perfect as one-week challenges, rather than cramming them in a day.
I can feel that this is where speed will come from.