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There are several good writers that I have found on the internet. I hope that you enjoy this information.
This man I have quoted in the past. His name is Steven Kother. He works for Forbes. I like his approach to learning. Not always the easy way, but good.
The first step that he takes is called the 5 books of stupid. Read these books on a subject that you would like to learn. At first you will not understand all of the information. But you will build a scaffolding of information. This will help you to learn the concepts and words of this subject.
The second step is called, be the idiot. After you have read the books then you will be able to formulate intelligent questions. People love to talk about what they do. If you can't get to the top person, find the one next in line. Then leave your pride at the door. You will know that your on the right track when smart people routinely tell you that your asking good questions.
The third step is called, the gap. This is the wonderful place of frustration and curiosity. This is where even the people that know about the subject don't know the answers. This is the place where true learning takes place. I like this step.
The forth step is, always ask the question. When reporters work, they find three sources of information and call it good. This man keeps asking the questions, he usually finds a contradictory idea and then learns even more.
The fifth step is, find the narrative. First tell your information to someone that is ignorant and bored about the subject. If you can grab their attention then you know that you are on the right track. Next tell someone that knows about the subject and is not afraid to tell you that your wrong. When you can satisfy both camps then you know that your comfortable about the subject.
These concepts go back to the last author, learning about your ego and how to keep going forward.
LENS neurofeedback helps to create a good environment for the inquiry. Are you comfortable with learning about how you interact with the environment? This is a good tool for getting your brain and body functioning on a good level.
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Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.