How can we, as entrepreneurs, continue to stay abreast of all the new information and skills in circulation?
Is there a way to fast track learning and at the same time make it meaningful and effective?
What really happens in our brains when we try and adopt something new?
Today on the show we are joined by Scott H Young, author of the Wall Street Journal Bestseller, Ultralearning. The book aims to arm readers with actionable strategies and techniques for faster, more accurate learning and skill acquisition. Scott is a writer, programmer, traveler and avid reader, who has spent the last 15 years as a successful blogger and entrepreneur.
This episode will give you a taste of the book and its contents, which promises to help you master hard skills, outsmart the competition and accelerate your career. We discuss the process of learning new skills, staying relevant and reinventing yourself, all things that Scott believes are vital to success as an entrepreneur in today’s world.
For all this inspiring information, from an author with so much to offer, be sure to join us on the Fizzle Show!
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