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Ludwig van Beethoven was one of the greatest composers of all time, and produced an outstanding body of work, despite being deaf for most of his life. This video will give you an insight into Beethoven's story along with three tips you can take away from him to apply to your own learning and life.
Isaac Newton was an English mathematician, astronomer and physicist and one of the greatest scientists who ever lived. He answered the riddles of light and motion, discovered gravity and co-created calculus. This video will give you an insight into Newton's life and three tips you can take away from him to apply to your own learning and life.
Marie Curie was a Polish-French scientist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity. She was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize and the first person to win it twice. This video will give you an insight into Curie's life and three tips you can take away from her to apply to your own learning and life.
Santiago Ramón y Cajal was a Spanish pathologist and one of the founding fathers of modern neuroscience. He won the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1906 and his work forms the basis for our current understanding of the human brain. This video will give you three tips you can take away from Ramón y Cajal to apply to your own learning and life.
This episode is a special one on Albert Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity. Discover Einstein’s backstory and how it influenced his work, the mechanics of the equation in a way that you can understand and the implications of the equation for our view of the Universe.
Discover how to create a consistent style and tone when presenting, how to manage your energy levels to come across well and how to optimise your body language for maximum impact.
Discover how to stay on top of the rapid pace of change in modern society, how to innovate in the 21st century disruption economy and how to market effectively in a noisy world, while staying true to your values.
Discover the lessons I learned from producing my online course, Make Me A MetaLearner, including how to brainstorm ideas effectively, how to manage the process of a prolonged piece of writing and how to build a system that makes your educational content easy to understand.
Discover how to improve your learning process through insights from cognitive science, the trade-off between trying new things (exploration) and doing what works (exploitation) and the key to teaching effectively.
Finding great teachers is a big part of learning anything but getting access to them is difficult. I’ve had the opportunity to meet and interview world-leading experts through the MetaLearn Podcast and the process of learning from these people has taught me more than I could ever have imagined. This episode will help you do the same, should you choose to do so.
Discover what we know about the future of the brain and the difference between human and computer intelligence, how to learn from the smartest people in the world, including Elon Musk and what human super-intelligence means for you.
This episode is a special one on Isaac Newton’s Universal Law of Gravity. Discover Newton’s backstory and how it influenced his work, the mechanics of the equation in a way that you can understand and the implications of the equation for our view of the Universe.
Discover the fundamental pillars of a great note taking system, how design thinking can be used to improve your productivity and life and the actions you can take to prepare yourself for the future of work.
This episode is my review of 2017, so in it I’ll discuss 5 key lessons I’ve learned in the year gone by including the 3 qualities of all exceptional learners I’ve discovered from my interviews, how to identify great teachers, and how to set up systems that create it.
Discover how to teach yourself anything with the sandbox method, how to run and manage self-experimentation projects and career lessons from building a thriving blog, two podcasts and a successful business.
Discover how to use algorithms to think smarter and make better decisions, how to sidestep logical fallacies and improve your critical thinking skills in a world full of noise and how to make sense of the data deluge we’re experiencing in the 21st century.