Pretty much anything can be learned. Our brain has an incredible ability to adapt according to what we do. And with practice and repetition, any news skill can be learned and used in real life.
When I read I always strive to learn something new. So what good does it make to read a lot and get nothing in return? Over the past few months I developed a system of reading that works for me and can work for you too.7 min read Learning
There are two learning principles that you simply have to pay attention to: bottom-up and top-down learning. One produces knowledge for the learner and the other distributes it to the learner. They're all around us and you can use them too.5 min read Learning
Compounding knowledge is the gradual accumulation of knowledge that builds upon itself. It holds true for both wide and deep learning. Warren Buffet is a great example of going deep, whereas Roger Federer first went wide. But which is better?4 min read Learning
MedAT is a rigorous medical school admissions exam performed by medical schools in Austria to choose their top 10% of candidates. One task involves memorising 8 patient records in 8 minutes. How to achieve such levels of memorisation, integrate the techniques and apply them? Find out here.7 min read Learning
Medical school exams are among the toughest out there. But it doesn't have to be that way. Practicing these 3 habits will get you where you want to be.5 min read Learning