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Polymathy is the modern currency. Generate unique solutions and perspectives that only a dedicated self-learner can. A jack of all trades is not actually a bad thing. It’s the best way to future-proof yourself and make yourself irreplaceable in any social or professional setting. It’s time to think like a polymath. Learn to absorb information like a sponge and foster connections that translate to real-life problem solving.

Learn like a Polymath provides a clear path forward to becoming the jack of all trades that thrives in any situation. There are many myths about polymaths, and they are all dispelled in this book. Make sure you are spending your efforts in the best way and that you are truly headed toward the goal you want.

Unlock the “secrets” of famous polymaths that you too can utilize. Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a best-selling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path toward success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.

You will:

  • Become a bonafide “Renaissance person” and reap the rewards in your career
  • Learn about cross pollination and how to use it to skyrocket your comprehension
  • Understand the surprising traits of most polymaths, famous or not
  • Learn what analogy thinking is and why it will unlock your thinking
  • Discover the elusive concept of learning transfer and how most people approach it wrong
  • Know the most efficient and effective plan to gain polymathy
  • Become the most valuable person that you know 

This is the 12th book in the Learning How to Learn series.

©2020 Peter Hollins (P)2020 Peter Hollins

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get the longer version of this book it is better

no exact science just tells you basic ways to improve your learning like reading and making connections

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  • 12-01-20

Loved it!

I listened to it in one sitting. Nicely read, easy to understand and with great summary “Take-aways” at the end of each chapter. This is not a quick fix book, but an insight into growth mindsets and being the best you can be.