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We need more experts sharing their knowledge. But not every domain expert is an expert teacher. In this show, I interview people who have mastered a skill to unpack HOW they learned it. Let's democratize online education by making it easier for domain experts to share their expertise and for you, the listener, to learn new skills. Join us every week for insights and practical steps for applying the world's best knowledge.

How Did You Learn That‪?‬ Andrew Barry

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

We need more experts sharing their knowledge. But not every domain expert is an expert teacher. In this show, I interview people who have mastered a skill to unpack HOW they learned it. Let's democratize online education by making it easier for domain experts to share their expertise and for you, the listener, to learn new skills. Join us every week for insights and practical steps for applying the world's best knowledge.

    #56 - Steve Schlafman & Paul Millerd on The Space to Experiment With Living

    #56 - Steve Schlafman & Paul Millerd on The Space to Experiment With Living

    The first guest joining me for this conversation is Paul Millerd. Paul is a former consultant at both McKinsey and BCG. He is now a committed solopreneur having left the traditional path. He teaches people about strategy and consultation at StrategyU, and is best known for making friends on the internet and hosting hundreds of Curiosity Conversations.
    My second guest is Steve Schlafman. Schlaf is a professional certified coach, facilitator, speaker, angel investor, former operator and recovering venture capitalist. He currently operates High Output.
    This conversation originated on Twitter, where Schlaf announced that he was shutting down the fund he was about to launch. Paul jumped into this conversation and said “I am whatever the opposite of this is.” At first, it seemed true that these two guys have fundamentally different outlooks on work and life. But the more this conversation evolved, the more we found common ground, and lessons that were applicable to anyone, no matter what path you take - whether it's solo, or working with others.
    Please sit back and enjoy my conversation with Paul Millerd and Steve Schlafman.

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    #55 - Guest Medley: Mentorship

    #55 - Guest Medley: Mentorship

    Joining me this week are the guests from the podcast's past.
    I am very excited to present a mash-up episode as a way to give thanks to the masterminds who’ve been on the show and offer something special back to the community.
    This one is themed around the topic of mentors. I'm super excited to dive in here, I think you're going to learn a lot from my selection of 13 previous guests. In the spirit of thanks - given that it’s Thanksgiving week here in the United States when this has been recorded and released - I would really appreciate it if you could give thanks for any enjoyment that you've had from this podcast, by liking, subscribing, or following the show.
    To celebrate the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’m excited to announce a special competition. If you leave a review, take a screenshot of it and send it to hello@curiouslionlearning.com. I'll be sending one lucky listener a book of their choice from a selection of my favorite books of this year. So please leave a review, take a screenshot and send it to hello@curiouslionlearning.com.
    And without further ado, let's learn about mentors.

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    #54 - Scott Jeffrey Miller on Learning From Mentors

    #54 - Scott Jeffrey Miller on Learning From Mentors

    Joining me this week is Scott Jeffrey Miller.
    Scott is an entrepreneur and also a Senior Advisor in Thought Leadership for Franklin Covey, a world leader in consulting and training, enabling individuals and organizations to achieve results that require lasting changes in human behavior. It's a fascinating role and seeing Scott's day-to-day covers a lot of the topics we've talked about on this podcast.
    He says that no one can call themselves a “Thought Leader”, many do but those are the people you should avoid - it has to be bestowed upon you. His recent years have been dedicated to building out what it means to be recognized as a Thought Leader.
    One of the key takeaways, which we talked about in this episode, is how there aren't really any new ideas out there; and how we all have permission to twist existing ideas into new ones. 
    This conversation moves between all of the different transformational insights that Scott has gleaned from his years interviewing incredible personalities for his book, Master Mentors. In fact, one of the topics we discuss in depth is how important it is to protect your brain - to literally be aware of the shock and trauma that our actual brains go through. I guarantee there is something in this episode for you.
    Please sit back and enjoy my conversation with Scott Jeffrey Miller.

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    #53 - Nicole Wilson on Tea: The More You Know The Better It Gets

    #53 - Nicole Wilson on Tea: The More You Know The Better It Gets

    Joining me this week is the tea expert, Nicole Wilson.
    She has been exploring the world of tea and writing about what she learned on her blog Tea for Me Please since 2008. For the last 13 years she’s been following a passion, following her curiosity, learning everything she can about the topic, building a community, and sharing thoughts, ideas, and value for people.  She’s been navigating the quintessential creative path. What makes it especially fascinating is that it’s in such a specific niche, which made for a very interesting and unique conversation.
    If you didn't know anything about tea or thought maybe you weren't that interested in tea, I guarantee you'll find something of interest in this conversation with Nicole.
    So please sit back with a cup of tea and enjoy my conversation with Nicole Wilson.

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    • 48 min
    #52 - Akira the Don on Spreading Ancient Meaning Through New Music

    #52 - Akira the Don on Spreading Ancient Meaning Through New Music

    My conversation today is with Akira the Don.
    He is a musician, artist, creator, and one-man record label, who has created a style of music that he calls Meaningwave.
    He takes meaningful lyrics from people like Jocko Willink, Jordan Peterson, Alan Watts, and David Foster Wallace; mixing these lyrics to music that is emotional and melodic. He uses some lo-fi hip hop, to create what he calls psychotechnology - a way to share meaningful ideas with people in a delivery mechanism that is frictionless, enjoyable, and fun to listen to. 
    We discuss how important being a consistent producer of content is, regardless of what it is that you're creating.
    A lot of the lessons that he's drawn in his life and a lot of our discussion is centered around the ideas that he shares in the music that he puts out.
    If you are interested in the world of ideas, the creative process, or how this all comes together to make the world a better place, you're going to love this episode.

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    • 1 hr 25 min
    #51 - Andrea Wojnicki on How To Control Your Own Narrative When You’re Not In The Room

    #51 - Andrea Wojnicki on How To Control Your Own Narrative When You’re Not In The Room

    Andrea is a communication coach. She's an expert in Consumer Psychology, and word of mouth. She has an insatiable obsession with understanding - “Why you said whatever you just said.” 
    Andrea created Talk about Talk, which is a learning platform to help others boost their confidence and improve their communication skills. In our conversation, we specifically unpack the topic of personal brands. 
    Whether you are running your own business or you’re working in a job, hoping for a promotion, many decisions that impact your success are made without your presence in the room. Having a personal brand means owning the narrative of what others say about you when you're not physically present - and my conversation with Andrea unpacks how to go about owning yours.
    Please sit back and enjoy my conversation with Andrea Wojnicki.

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    • 51 min

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