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┬ácompetitive 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

      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.

  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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