I buy too many courses. That became pretty obvious last year and I’m finally taking a little bit of action.
Hopefully I can
- Actually finish the material from some courses
- Apply some of the material
I’ve been spending some time the past couple days getting organized with all the different course links and files. (Using some of the organization ideas from Build a Second Brain.)
I need to make the courses easier to consume. (Sean D’Souza’s courses often touch on the importance of easy consumption of courses.)
And the reason I mentioned “meat off the bones” is it’s a module title in one of Ramit Sethi’s courses. Basically: squeeze all the value you can out of the courses and other info products you buy.
I’ve often heard the advice to go through material, re-read a book, watch the videos, etc. 10 times.
10 times to really absorb the concepts and give yourself a chance to try applying the concepts.
So that’s what I’ll be aiming to do: going back through courses, sharing as I go along. (Maybe the gimmick can be doing a notecard for different lessons.)
Scraping meat off different bones.
Eventually mixing them together.
Then I can take the bones as fundamentals and re-create the same animal, different beast.