FAF: Just in time learning vs. just in case learning


This is actually an older episode that I decided to resurrect. It has too few downloads and it’s such an important concept!

Get in the habit of just in time learning. You will be more efficient, and you will retain more knowledge since you are learning in the context of something you are genuinely curious about and working towards. Just in case learning is for recreation. As much as you can, learn things in the context of taking action. Simple as that. 🙂


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