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Try this technique to learn just about anything (even the complex stuff)

To continuously expand your skill set and achieve mastery over new and complex concepts, it's crucial to have a framework for conquering puzzling problems.

Richard Feynman was a Nobel Prize-winning physicist who made significant contributions in areas such as quantum mechanics and particle physics. He also pioneered quantum computing, introducing the concept of nanotechnology. He was a renowned lecturer who taught at Cornell and Caltech.

Despite all of his accomplishments, Feynman thought of himself as "an ordinary person who studied hard." He believed that anyone was capable of learning with enough effort, even complex subjects like quantum mechanics and electromagnetic fields:

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