|11-18-2011, 09:19 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Estonia, Tallinn
I'm currently trying to figure out what might be one of the most effective ways for me to learn. So far this is what I've figured out:
1. Why am I going to start learning this thing?
2. What are supposedly the best methods for achieving this goal for what I learn?
3. Why are these methods one of the most effective ones?
All learning is project-based, meaning, I learn to create something valuable in my everyday life. Currently I have a few projects: 1) my own training, 2) one long-term client, 3) new website. Everything I study is to be able to complete these projects better.
I think it's a mistake to just start reading something after you get an inspiration to do something. You end up doing what most people do at school -- read for the sake of reading. I read because I want to be able to do something more effectively or because I want to achieve something.
What does your learning process look like? I think it has to be one that maximizes how useful it is and how interesting studying is.
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