Setting Skills Goals For The Year And How To Learn Fast | episode 135
This week Jeff from the lost skills podcast joins me to talk about skills. More specifically how to learn them fast.
As per expected, we chase many rabbits and banter.
We cover many techniques to quickly learn new skills.
To begin with, we talk about setting skill-based goals for the year. And to make them smart goals.
To be a smart goal it has to be timely, measurable and achievable.
Do not set a goal to become a master woodworker this week. You will fail. Miserable.
I like to set goals in quarterly intervals. So every three months. And to make them small and attainable.
In my case since I do want to get into woodworking, I want to learn the dovetail joint this quarter.
To measure my success I have to have a decent dovetail joint at the end of the quarter.
We cover many ways to learn new skills quickly in this podcast.
Shout Out to Kate for doing the opening this week.
- Setting skills based goals for the year
- Time frame, measurable
- Full immersion
- Books can help.
- Talk to mentors
- Take classes.
- Practice practice
- Learn tips and tricks from outliers
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