Meta-Learning on One Page: Mind Map of The 4-Hour Chef by Tim Ferriss
“Japanese on one page! Holy shit!” - Tim Ferriss, The 4-Hour Chef
Like Tim, I’m also a fan of one-pagers, especially one-page mind maps.
Given my interest in learning, I couldn’t wait to read Tim Ferriss’ new book, The 4-Hour Chef. Cooking book to learn about learning? Well, the book title is a bit of a misnomer. The 4-Hour Chef includes an important section on “meta-learning” that explains how to become world-class at anything (including cooking). Tim is well known for becoming really good really fast on things he pursues, amassing strange credentials, and he explains how he does it in the meta-learning section of the book.
This mind map captures my main takeaways from Tim’s Meta-Learning section where he explains his framework and strategies for learning anything. The mind map also includes links to many extras, such as videos and interviews.
View the mind map on MindMeister.
Download the mind map from Picasa.
Meta-learning was my favorite “recipe” in the book. How about yours?