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Jan 27, 2019 23:50:09

Feynman Technique

by @hiro | 209 words | 47🔥 | 280💌

Hiro

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After reading @jmaga's post "Re: Learning how to learn" and watching the video about Feynman Technique, I am interested in trying to use Feynman Technique for improving my understanding of my expertise. 

I was used to be said, "your explanation was so clear and easy to understand" when I was in an elementary school or junior high school. However, the frequency of being said so has been decreased after that. 

Also, I tried to host a technical blog for improving my skill but it discontinued. There was a lot of hustle and disturbance to maintain blogs. However, I would like to start small things here since I am getting a habit to write some words and could warm up some of the topics that I could write in a future technical blog. 

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself - and you are the easiest person to fool

This is related to "5 Learning Phases like Potty Training" I wrote yesterday. Not to fool ourselves, we need to be aware of doing it first and try to move the 2nd phase where you understand when we fool ourselves. By repetition of not fooling ourselves, we can move on the next phases. 

- Hiro


 



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