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Jak nauczyć się czegokolwiek? - Droga na Szczyt Anders Ericsson


Jak się uczyć, żeby się nauczyć? Szybka i skuteczna nauka to coś co może się przydać każdemu z nas nie tylko na egzamin, sesję czy studia. O tym jak lepiej się uczyć stosując celowe ćwiczenie, opowiada książka Droga na szczyt Andersa Ericssona i nią się dzisiaj zajmiemy.


21 May 2021

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Peak by Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool

Beyond Red and Blue

We continue our discussion on peak performance and deliberate practice. In particular, we focus on the excellent book Peak by Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool. The conversation involves personal life experiences from Beau's childhood. Additionally, we extrapolate the ideas in Peak to broader society and explore their utility in fixing our broken culture.

1hr 52mins

30 Apr 2021

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T3#049 Direto ao ponto | Anders Ericsson

ResumoCast | Livros para Empreendedores

Ir direto ao ponto significa treinar deliberadamente fora da sua zona de conforto. Mas calma, não estou falando somente de esportes de alta performance.Qualquer situação onde o aprendizado verdadeiro acontece, envolve desconforto e dificuldadesSeja tentando memorizar uma sequência de números, jogando xadrez ou pilotando uma aeronave com centenas de passageiros.Lembra da regra das 10 mil horas? Popularizada pelo livro Outliers de Malcolm Gladwell? Se essa regra fosse verdadeira, qualquer motorista com mais de 20 anos de profissão seria mais habilidoso do que que os jovens pilotos de Formula 1.Então o segredo está em praticar exercícios taticamente escolhidos para aperfeiçoar aquela habilidade que está te impedindo de subir para o próximo nível.Você quer conhecer uma técnica de ultra-aprendizado onde a qualidade das horas praticadas vale mais do que a quantidade delas?Entre para o Clube do Livro: https://www.resumocast.com.br/apoiase


26 Apr 2021

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Summary of Peak by Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool

QuickRead Podcast - Free book summaries

Learn about the science that will help you to unlock your full potential. How would it feel to reach your peak potential? How would you like to unlock your optimum performance? Peak (2016) argues that your potential isn’t determined by your genetics, your environment, or your experience and demonstrates that you can reach the peak of your potential by implementing a few key strategies. Do you want more free book summaries like this? Download our app for free at https://www.QuickRead.com/App and get access to hundreds of free book and audiobook summaries. DISCLAIMER: This book summary is meant as a preview and not a replacement for the original book. If you like this summary please consider purchasing the original book to get the full experience as the original author intended it to be. If you are the original author of any book on QuickRead and would like us to remove it, please contact us at hello@quickread.com


11 Apr 2021

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83 Peak - The Science of Medical Student Expertise (RIP K. Anders Ericsson PhD)

Medical Mnemonist (from MedSchoolCoach)

Chase DiMarco talks about how you can use deliberate practice to become an expert. This time around, he delves deeper into studies and examples from “Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise” by Dr. K. Anders Ericsson (RIP). [02:02] Improvement Comes from Practice [04:07] Steps of Deliberate Practice [07:33] Inefficiencies in Medical Education & Practice [12:42] Adaptive Thinking [13:42] There is No Natural Ability [14:28] Identifying Your Weak Points Full show notes


1 Apr 2021

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Expert Performance: How to Get Better at Almost Anything (Ah has from the book "Peak" by Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool) – Episode 7

Ah ha!

Have you ever thought to yourself “wow, I wish I was gifted at that as she is”? Well actually, you are. We all are, in fact. It turns out that very few skills are genetically predisposed, and that everyone has the same potential if you know how to get there. Instead of feeling discouraged, listen in as we talk about the right way to practice any skill if you want to become a top performer. This episode, we’re talking about the book Peak by Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool We’ll talk about: The exact steps you need to take to get better and just about anything Why the famous 10,000 hour rule is actually completely wrong How we plan to use these strategies to make big leaps in our careers Download Stephanie’s personal notes for this book and many others at http://www.theahhashow.com/7 


17 Mar 2021

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PNTV: Peak by Anders Ericsson (#287)

OPTIMIZE with Brian Johnson | More Wisdom in Less Time

Optimize: https://optimize.me/ (← Get Free Stuff + Free 2-Week Trial!) Optimize Coach: https://optimize.me/coach (← Join 2,000+ Optimizers from 70+ Countries!) Here are 5 of my favorite Big Ideas from "Peak" by Anders Ericsson. Hope you enjoy!


1 Feb 2021

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"Peak" by Anders Ericsson - Secrets from the New Science of Expertise - Book Review

Master of Life Awareness

Secrets from the New Science of Expertise. The science of excellence can be divided into two eras: before Ericsson and after Ericsson. His groundbreaking work, captured in this brilliantly useful book, provides us with a blueprint for achieving the most important and life-changing work possible: to become a little bit better each day. Listen to the "Master of Life #Awareness" #Podcast here: https://podlink.to/sfwalker "Peak" by Anders Ericsson - Book Review Book of the Week - BOTW - Season 3 Book 6 Buy the book on Amazon https://amzn.to/320gLAN GET IT. READ :) #peak #dobetter FIND OUT which HUMAN NEED is driving all of your behavior http://6-human-needs.sfwalker.com/ Human Needs Psychology + Emotional Intelligence + Universal Laws of Nature = MASTER OF LIFE AWARENESS https://www.sfwalker.com/master-life-awareness--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sfwalker/message


27 Jan 2021

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396: Dr. Anders Ericsson | Secrets from the New Science of Expertise

The Jordan Harbinger Show

Before passing away earlier this year, Dr. Anders Ericsson was the cognitive psychologist who discovered that deliberate practice, not natural talent, is the key to developing expertise. He was the co-author of Peak: Secrets From The New Science Of Expertise. What We Discuss with Dr. Anders Ericsson: Why innate talent is a myth. How to set up a deliberate practice regimen to become more effective at anything you do. The truth about the 10,000-hour rule to mastery popularized by Malcolm Gladwell. Why “try differently” is a better recipe for success than “try harder.” Contrary to what was once believed, the brain can be rewired to excel toward a specific goal at any age with the proper training. And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/396 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!

1hr 3mins

27 Aug 2020

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Listener Favorites | Anders Ericsson: Mastering Your Craft Through Deliberate Practice

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

Ever heard the phrase "practice makes perfect?" According to Anders Ericsson, that's only true if the practice is done deliberately and not carelessly. Expertise is not born of natural talent but of hard work. He discusses the idea of deliberate practice and how to apply that not only to technical fields and artistic practices, but also to our daily work lives.Anders Ericsson was a Swedish psychologist who is internationally recognized as a researcher in the psychological nature of expertise and human performance. He focused primarily on the idea of deliberate practice as a means of how expert performers acquire their superior performance. His work inspired Malcolm Gladwell's bestselling book, Outliers. He died on June 17, 2020 at the age of 72 and will be long remembered as the "expert on experts" who demystified excellence.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/PrimeSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


10 Jul 2020