I don’t have nearly enough life experience to pass on complete wisdom, but I do believe I’ve built up a strong foundation of mental frameworks through my experience in dance, finance, data, and crypto.
When I was 5, I wanted to be an astronaut. At 10, a biologist. At 13, a bodybuilder. By 17, a psychologist. Approaching 19, a Nobel prize-winning economist. Around 20, on a trading desk. Recently at 22, a data scientist. Right now, I want to make sure I write at least two books in the course of my life.
What changed? My methodology behind discovery and learning. This changed significantly over the years, and I want to detail how they’ve changed and reconstruct the frameworks I use in a visual manner — maybe they’ll be helpful for someone else too.
In my opinion, discovery and learning are only difficult until you discover how to learn. I’ll first decompose all my discovery and learning frameworks, then slowly refine them over time through personal/historical dives every Mon/Wed/Fri.
The current goal will be to write a book on how to learn “continuous discovery” by mid 2021!
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