Ever since 2007, when I relaunched my efforts to improve time-based productivity, I have wanted to deliver more than tips, tricks, and shortcuts.
Instead, I argued that people need to learn how to improve their current system. After all, without this skill, all the tips, tricks and shortcuts would prove to be temporary and ultimately useless.
The name for this approach is a bit fancy: meta-learning. Instead of teaching people a particular lesson, the instructor focuses on teaching people how to learn. That has been my mission from the very beginning, even when I didn’t have names for the ideas I was writing about or, as is the case here, the destination I had in mind.
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