How can you boost your learning methods?
June 19, 2020
There’s one approach I’ve repeatedly seen to boost my learning immensely about anything! Here’s an example: I spent a considerable amount of time learning about coffee and it’s different methods and brews.
I was very clear that i would prefer locally grown Indian coffee and wanted to taste the real coffee without the need for milk or sugar. Here are the books I read, the coffee i spent money to discover what i liked, the brewing methods i wanted to try and more.
However, I still wondered why did my coffee not turn out the way, I get in a cafe. Until i started to invest in right equipment that allowed to brew coffee the proper way and the results are very close to a cafe quality. I was still unhappy as I was not getting what i wanted!
I finally invested in a starter kit for brewing coffee from @BlueTokaiCoffee and I got what i was looking in the first try! This experience made me realise:
Go with an expert’s opinion when you do not know the subject you are getting into.
Experts understand where the boundaries of the subjects and where they break or you can bend them.
Knowing the landscape from an expert could have saved more than 100 hours of research, brain drain and so much money spent in ordering-in coffee via swiggy.
Coffee and No-Code have a lot things as similarities for someone who is approaching from the outside, there are a lot of tools, there are a lot of methods, there is a lot of new terminology and it can be confusing for an absolute beginner and this can be more overwhelming when you want to ship something out.
The distance between idea to shipping it is a lot longer as the learning curve can stop you from getting it out.
This is where a jumpstart session will help get what the basics out of Nocode or Coffee quickly. If you are looking to learn basic nocode tools here is the session → http://nocolo.co