I recently started reading The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle, a book about unlocking the neurological secrets of developing skills in sports, art, music, math, and just about anything. In this blog post I discuss the insights I have learned so far and how I tested them with my own personal experiment.
I’ve learned something over and over again. It seems no matter how much I plan for success, it never quite happens how I planned. In fact, my success turns out better than I planned. To be honest, some things went according to plan, however, with reflection I realized that I never planned things quite as […]
Mistakes are often penalized in our current educational system. For instance, you raise your hand with a wrong answer and it’s often followed by “wrong, anyone else?” Or you receive a grade on a test without ever exploring your mistakes in depth to learn what was done incorrectly and how it could have been approached […]
Read a great article about multi-tasking…which follows up an interesting neuroscience book I recently read that covered the topic as well. Studies and research show that the human brain is simply not wired for effective and efficient multi-tasking. The recent article I read in Psychology Today suggests it’s really better labeled task-switching. However, there are things […]