Is donor naming an actual valid way of obtaining immortality, or is it mostly just a farce?
Like most of the things I do in my life, my approach to reading books is often seen as counterintuitive and sometimes bizarre. Still, if you have trouble building a reading habit and have tried all the other solutions out there, taking out tips from my playbook may help you. Let’s dive in.
A young, college-aged boy is strumming along on a guitar on the corner of an urban street, a seemingly frustrated look appearing on his face. An older man sits down next to him. He keeps quiet for a bit but then begins to speak.
I’ve always had trouble with the traditional methods of learning: classroom approaches, study groups, and intensive memorization never really did much for me. But now I feel like I’m beginning to settle into a method that may work for me, and I’m interested in sharing it with all of you.
I like dichotomies. There are a lot of them out there, and most are pretty damn accurate. A couple of weeks ago I talked about structure-seeking versus structure-averse, now I’ll be talking about a split that’s somewhat similar yet also very different: effective versus efficient.