Expert Series Vol 2: How to Model Experts and Top Performers
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Expert Series Vol 2: How to Model Experts and Top Performers

Learn how to deconstruct and replicate the skills of your favorite role models.
4.3 (3 ratings)
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Created by Timothy Kenny
Last updated 10/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Deconstruct the skills of experts and top performers
  • Know how to find the different labels used to describe the same skills to improve research
  • Understand the values and beliefs that shape their model's decisions and mindset
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Requirements
  • Recordings in video, audio, picture or text formats of their role model (optional)
Description

Have you ever seen someone and thought to yourself:

"How did they just do that?"

There are certain people who just seem to have superhuman abilities, and it often seems like they have had those abilities their whole life because they perform their skill so naturally.

In this course, you'll learn how to deconstruct those types of skills.

My previous courses have focused on how to build skills that are cut and dry.

You go out, do your research, find the best materials, and then go through the stages of consumption, synthesis and memorization so that you can take action and start using the skill.

But there's a problem.

What about those skills where there is nobody teaching the skill?

Or everything out there is woefully inadaquate for actually learning that skill?

Or maybe the "experts" on a skill can DO the skill, but they don't know how they learned it or how to teach it to you.

In these situations, you need to use modeling to deconstruct the skill and figure out how the person is doing what they are doing.

The first layer of your model is understanding who surrounds the person you are modeling. You can learn a lot about a person through who they spend time around, as well as their environment. We'll talk about how to model a person's timeline as well, so you don't miss out on influential experiences earlier in you model's life.

The middle layer is behavior and skills. We'll talk about how to deconstruct skills and figure out what bodies of knowledge your model is drawing from so that you can replicate these knowledge centers in your own brain. We'll also cover how to find the right words to use to find information on the skill you are modeling. You need to be aware of the 3 different kinds of vocabularies that are available for describing any skill.

The deepest layer is saved for last. This is where we go into the values and beliefs and identity of the model. You'll learn what values are and why they matter in your model. You'll also learn why identity matters and why it's important to make sure you get beyond the public face of your model to truly understand who they are. You'll learn how identity functions as a social and group concept so that you can understand how you model's identity is shaped by the groups they spend time with.

Finally, you can use the discussion section, or send me a Private Message, if you want advice or help with modeling the skills of a specific person.

See you in the course,

Timothy


Who is the target audience?
  • Professionals who want to build skills faster
  • Entrepreneurs who want to learn skills that aren't taught by anyone
  • Students who want to supplement their school learning with their favorite role models
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Introduction
20 Lectures 03:00:04


Introduction
03:27

Researching Your Model's Environment
09:55

The Influence of Superiors on Your Model
12:54

The Peers Who Shape Your Model
07:04

The Inferiors Your Model is Responsible For
10:36

Building a Timeline of Your Model's Life
12:01

Introduction
03:50

Taking Notes, Chunking and Building Notation Systems
08:05

Finding The Scientific and Other Labels That Describe Your Model's Behavior
15:27

Using Analogous Skills to Deconstruct the Most Difficult Cases
11:11

When Experts Lie, and How to Protect Your Model
12:46

Introduction
05:39

Discovering the Values That Your Model Uses to Make Decisions
09:30

The Most Powerful Model for Understanding Why People Do What They Do
08:19

Piece Together The Beliefs that Make Up Your Model's Reality
02:51

The Key Inflection Points That Shaped Your Model's Life
06:22

Multiple Perspectives - Understanding the Identity(s) of Your Model
09:59

Replication and Control as The Two Keys to Modeling
12:30
About the Instructor
Timothy Kenny
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34,767 Students
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Author of "Accelerated Learning for Entrepreneurs"

Timothy Kenny is the author of “Accelerated Learning for Entrepreneurs.” He teaches classes and speaks to groups about how to accelerate their learning so that they can build successful businesses faster and with more confidence in their success.

Timothy has taught at the Harvard Innovation lab, The Tufts University Entrepreneurs Society, General Assembly in Boston, and has been a featured teacher on Skillshare, among others. He has consulted with startup teams on how to accelerate their learning, creativity, and growth.