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Learning Curve 2021: Some of the most helpful books, articles, podcasts, videos I came across

2021 was the year we were supposed to recover from the pandemic-ridden 2020, and I think the world generally did that. To my greatest delight people used the word ‘unprecedented’ less and for me, it was my first full year working as a Journalist–I spoke about that here. As I have done in the past […]

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Learning Curve 2020: Some of the most helpful books, articles, podcasts, videos I came across in 2020

2020 was a roller-coaster for most people around the world. The word ‘unprecedented’ became so popular that I doubt I’d ever hear it and not think of COVID-19. Working remotely became the new normal and wearing masks became compulsory for everyone. For me, At the end of the year like this [2017, 2018, 2019], I […]

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How to Consume Information

If there are guidelines on how to consume food for our bodies, what about for our minds? I’ve been thinking about this question since I saw this tweet by David Perell. David suggested a course but I thought an article might do the job. I’d try to answer this multi-faceted question using three ideas, actually, […]

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Keeping track of what I’m learning

In 2018 I decided to be more intentional about keeping track of what I’m learning, I devoted about 30–45mins every month to write down the books, articles, online courses, podcasts and videos I came across that were most interesting or helpful in the month. I did this for 12 months and even wrote about it, […]

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Learning Curve 2018 

I tried something different last year, It took me about 15 hours but it was one of the best decisions I made last year, I kept track of the Books, Online courses, Articles, Podcasts, Videos and other things I learnt from in 2018. Because I believe people learn from different sources so keeping track of […]