A taxonomy for how to get better faster

This may seem a little harsh, but I think it’s mostly true. And it’s important in that constant learning is a vital competitive advantage.

All feedback welcome to make the framework better.

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3 thoughts on “A taxonomy for how to get better faster

    1. nkingsl Post author

      Fair point. I guess I assumed goal setting included practice but you’re right that it should be called out separately. Feedback cycles very important.

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  1. Kelly Fitzsimmons

    Great list! How about experience? Perhaps this is covered by practice, but intentionally pursuing diverse experience is a major source of learning and one that most people neglect over time. Sometimes there is no substitute for getting out of one’s comfort zone, changing context and incorporating kinesthetic methods.

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