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An interesting article which argues that once you’ve accumulated enough experience, reflecting on that experience to “articulate and codify” what you’ve learned is the most powerful way to improve your performance in the future. Includes some reflection exercises.
What really drives learning? Is it, as we've been taught for years, the idea that "practice makes perfect”? Is experience - or the act of doing - the key to learning? Or is it that we learn through reflecting on that experience?
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