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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.

    #49 - Gwyn Wansbrough on How to Create Breakthroughs in the Virtual Groups You Lead

    #49 - Gwyn Wansbrough on How to Create Breakthroughs in the Virtual Groups You Lead

    My guest this week is Gwyn Wansbrough.
    Gwyn is an independent facilitator, learning experience designer, and course creator. She focuses on empowering educators and team leaders with the skills to make learning more creative. Her focus is human-centered learning, with an emphasis on group learning.
    Her extensive experience has taught her that the best group experiences combine world-class content, with engagement and connection. But it's the engagement and connection that are often ignored or left behind. Facilitation is the key solution to address this issue. With more people learning and working online, facilitation is quickly becoming a leadership super skill for the future.
    Gwyn has a number of useful exercises, activities, and tools you can use to create better group experiences - whether that's an online course, a team meeting, or even your next Christmas gathering. So next time you're in a group of people gathering online, think back to this conversation with Gwyn - and bring your best facilitation skills to the fore.
    Please sit back and enjoy my conversation with Gwyn Wansbrough.

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    #48 - Gilbert Eijkelenboom on Persuasive Communication for Analytical Thinkers

    #48 - Gilbert Eijkelenboom on Persuasive Communication for Analytical Thinkers

    Joining me this week from Amsterdam is Gilbert Eijkelenboom.
    Gilbert helps turn analytical thinkers into compelling communicators. He focuses mainly on data professionals, data scientists, data analysts, and works with many of them through training events and public speaking. He's also the author of the book People Skills for Analytical Thinkers, a guide on how to boost your communication skills and advance your career. 
    In this episode, you'll learn about:
    How emotions give us information.How journaling every day can help you unlock that information.How to use empathy to co-create.Why beginning with the end in mind, is the best way to go about creation.Gilbert's three C's for communicating analytical concepts: Connection, Curiosity, and Clarity.Please sit back, and enjoy my conversation with Gilbert Eijkelenboom.

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    • 50 min
    #47 - Nathan Barry on How To Build An Audience Without Being An Expert

    #47 - Nathan Barry on How To Build An Audience Without Being An Expert

    Joining me this week is Nathan Barry.
    Nathan is a creator, author, speaker, designer, and founder of ConvertKit, an email marketing platform. 
    Nathan has been cutting his teeth since 2010 by blogging online and selling various digital products to his growing online audience. He has become an authority on audience building and email marketing. 
    This episode is a treasure trove for anybody thinking of building an online audience, establishing themselves as an authority, and packaging their knowledge as information products. 
    If you've ever wondered what it means to have an email list, Nathan's description in this episode is absolutely brilliant. I challenge you to listen to this without wanting to create your own!
    So please sit back and enjoy my episode with Nathan Barry.

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    #46 - KP on How To Play The Infinite Game... In Public

    #46 - KP on How To Play The Infinite Game... In Public

    Joining me today is Karthik Puvvada, better known as KP.

    KP is a no-code builder, community leader, writer, podcast host, angel investor, and growth advisor for startups. In the last five years, he's built an audience of 20,000 people on the internet while shipping more than 10 no-code projects. He's gained accidental popularity as the “Build In Public” expert. He has published thousands of tweets on the topic to help founders and creators leverage this framework and build an audience on the internet.
    Our conversation moves from philosophy all the way to practical application, in an incredibly rich exploration around this concept of building in public. There isn't anybody out there that I've met who understands and can talk about these ideas so eloquently.
    You'll learn:
    How he used the idea of building in public to land his dream job.What his favorite side projects were in getting that exposure.How to play the infinite game.How to play the iteration gameAnd what it means to get on the path of learning.KP packages his years of experience into useful lessons for those getting started and those exploring this world of building in public. This episode delivers on what you expect and gives you so much more.

    So please sit back and enjoy my episode with KP.

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    • 53 min
    #45 - Caroline Goyder on The Surprising Secret to Speaking Confidently

    #45 - Caroline Goyder on The Surprising Secret to Speaking Confidently

    Joining me this week is Caroline Goyder. Caroline has an international reputation for her work as an expert speaker and voice coach. She's worked with many prestigious clients; including news anchors, reporters, actors, CEOs of FTSE 100 companies, TV magicians, and even a monarch. She is also an accomplished writer, having authored three books, namely: Find Your Voice, Star Qualities, and Gravitas - the topic of which is one of the core things we talk about in today's episode.
    Her 2014 TEDx talk on the Surprising Secret to Speaking with Confidence has been viewed over seven and a half million times. 
    In our conversation, we go deep into the idea of Gravitas - finding and harnessing the power of your diaphragm and understanding the central, almost inspirational role that your breath plays when speaking with confidence. This is a skill, a practice, and a way of life that can be applied to so many different things.
    So if you've ever wanted to understand more about how to speak, how your voice works, and how you can connect with your inner stillness and confidence - then this is the conversation for you.
    Please sit back and enjoy my conversation with Caroline Goyder.

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    • 50 min
    #44 - Jeff Gothelf on How to be Forever Employable

    #44 - Jeff Gothelf on How to be Forever Employable

    My guest this week was Jeff Gothelf. Jeff helps organizations build better products. He's the co-author of the award-winning book, Lean UX, and the creator of the methodology that goes into Lean UX, which has gone on to inform the way hundreds of companies approach software design and product design.
    He helps companies bridge the gap between business agility, digital transformation, product management, and human-centered design. He's written numerous books since Lean UX, selling upwards of a million copies across his collection of writings.
    In this conversation, we spend most of our time focused on his most recent book, Forever Employable. The book chronicles Jeff's transition from employee to agency owner to an independent operator. It teaches you how to stop looking for work, and how to let your next job find you.
    Jeff has a refreshingly simple way of thinking about what many of us want to be able to do; which is to secure our own financial freedom by becoming a thought leader or respected expert on the thing that we're good at. To learn more about Jeff's work, check out his website, which we've included in the show notes, to find courses, books, and other media to help you along your journey. That journey starts now.
    So please sit back and enjoy my conversation with Jeff Gothelf.

    • 1 hr 1 min

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