The Subtle Art of Effective Learning - Brenden Weber
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The Subtle Art of Effective Learning - Brenden Weber
A critical misconception about learning has beholden to society throughout history: that whatever method of practice that leads to the most immediate improvement must be the most effective.
For example, consider a basketball player who routinely shoots a three-point shot from the center of the arc, as the player continues to practice that shot from that spot the player will be getting in a groove. That shot will gradually improve his or her ability to hit it consistently and accurately. Unfortunately, that rhythm, that confidence gained from practice doesn't always translate to better overall performance in a game.

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