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The 4 C’s of Quickly Reading Someone
What four things could you look for if you wanted to quickly “read” someone? This video explores four things that you can do to improve this skill set. (Color, counting, character and conceptualization.) Let’s explore together how we can improve our observation skills as well as ways to think like Sherlock Holmes.
Improve Observation By Working Backwards
Being constantly observant can be challenging. With family, friends, work, and leisure activities, a lot of us have many things vying for our attention. What can we do to improve your level of observation? In this short video I share something I have been doing lately to improve my commitment to being more present and observant on a daily basis.
In this video, I demonstrate a method for solving lateral thinking puzzles. I call it the P2 or P squared model. Basically, you are asking two questions. What is possible? What is probable or likely? Asking these two questions will often yield an answer that is closer to the truth rather than providing a quick answer.
Comments on Improving Skills and Talent
Can talent be taught? It can be easy to feel that you are either born with it or not. But why do some of us excel, while others struggle to cultivate skills? In this video I comment on the first two chapters of Daniel Coyle's book, "The Talent Code." Talent isn't just for the talented, it's for all of us. Join me for reading this book club: https://www.morinmusiconline.com/p/book-club-signup?fbclid=IwAR2NoTcmfIqKN60G6vmjEdkI1RJgr-3lrfLyyBMcSuvZJwn6jcUbY0LJORo Check out a sample of Daniel Coyle's "The Talent Code" https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B0026OR1UK&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_T5U8BbKEJWZQG