Learning Curve

Learning Curve

If you are not familiar with the Dunning-Krueger theory, it goes like this: 

"A cognitive bias in which people wrongly overestimate their knowledge or ability in a specific area."

When learning anything, it's often the case that we're immediately confronted with how little we know about the thing we're trying to learn.

This visual represents that journey. 

From not knowing, to not knowing even more, to enlightenment.

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Leverage is as much about where you are standing as how much force you are applying.

If you are building something, it is far more useful to focus on the work you are doing to produce the result than the result itself.

The constraint we apply to package our idea determines their reach & resonance. "Make 1 decision to eliminate 1,000 decisions."

Labor is generally a more interchangeable resource than vision.

To help understand this idea, consider the contrast between the two concepts ancient Greeks used to think about time.

It should be relatively simple to identify when we aren't accumulating net new experience, but in practice, it doesn't seem to be.

Language is an incredible tool. It makes it possible for us to externalize what we think and communicate it to others.