The Epitome of Accelerated Learning

Tim Ferris.

This gentleman’s name has been popping up everywhere in my life lately. I thought he was just the author of a fun cookbook called the 4-Hour Chef that my boyfriend and I enjoyed using in the kitchen. Recently a peer of mine pointed out that he is the epitome of accelerated learning. I went back to my copy of 4-Hour Chef and looked through the introduction. Sure enough, this book was much, much more than a cookbook. I have since read through more of his books, his blogs posts, listened to his podcasts, and watched his videos. (You can see most of this here.)

Forbes magazine wrote a great article about Ferris’s TV show and his accelerated learning practices that contain the two main points that I find extremely interesting as an instructional designer.

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