Turn your curiosities into passions


  1. Write down the 25 things you're curious about.
    Be specific. For example, “grasshoppers as a food source” or “how to play left tackle in football.”
  2. Find the intersections.
    On the list of 25 things you are curious about, find 3-4 items that can intersect, such as “grasshoppers as a food source for football players” or “grasshoppers and symbology in Greek mythology.”
  3. Understand the terminology and its history.
    Get to know the technical language and history of the things you’re curious about. Terminology will help break down the subjects further, and knowing the history will help you retain it better.
  4. Share what you know with someone and collect feedback. 
    Talk to a friend or a stranger about what you’ve learned to get additional dopamine (increased motivation) hits and cement your knowledge.


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