How to Learn Anything Faster – 5 Tips on How I learn Everything


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This video summarizes the technique I use to learn everything. This is how I am able to make videos on so many different topics as well as how I got good grades in my university computer science program while working full time and doing YouTube. 3.5GPA + while usually only studying for an hour for exams. This video includes strategies such as the Feynman technique and more. Let’s learn how how to learn anything faster – 5 tips to increase your learning speed

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17 Comments
  • Evannnnn
    Posted at 00:20h, 24 November

    Great advice! I am also guilty of doing most the things you mentioned not to do.

  • andymouse123
    Posted at 00:30h, 24 November

    The "don't fool yourself" bit made so much sense to me …..in fact it all did ….I am learning "C" Programming with you and I'm gonna apply what you said, cheers

  • Shaine MacDonald
    Posted at 00:44h, 24 November

    This might have been good information if it weren't for your nervous laugh. Please work on stopping that in future videos!

  • Aaron Curry
    Posted at 01:11h, 24 November

    “Maybe your parents”???
    Mom said you’re grounded!

  • Matthew
    Posted at 01:29h, 24 November

    Great vid. There's a great book called "A Mind For Numbers" by Barbra Oakley. She has a great talk on youtube:

    . She talks about learning how to learn. I highly recommend her book.

  • John Dingle
    Posted at 01:49h, 24 November

    I love the info and look forward to your next video each time i watch one. i often wonder do you have any tips on diet. what is good foods to each to help in productivity and mental stamina. i have recently become a vegetarian, eating more nuts, seeds and as much a variety of fruit and veg as possible. do you have any recommendations?

  • Pickle
    Posted at 07:26h, 24 November

    "5 Tips on How I learn Everything"
    Alright Tai Lopez, calm down now.

  • Ramasahayam Udayteja
    Posted at 08:49h, 24 November

    Thanks bro..

  • mosgba
    Posted at 10:09h, 24 November

    Thanks Caleb, practice practice practice

  • Let's GO
    Posted at 11:58h, 24 November

    Can you recommend some platform for web dev. If i only know C and want to give a try to web d being a fresher in cs engg..

  • mourad mourad
    Posted at 12:58h, 24 November

    Very helpful informative video.

  • Hoobz01
    Posted at 20:44h, 24 November

    Great vid Caleb, thanks.

    I knew all the tips, except the catergory bucket advice you gave.
    Instantly created two buckets. Things I know about code, things I don't.
    ☹️ Things I don't know bucket is huge🤔

    But your vids help me get back on track, like this one.
    Champion 🏁

  • omid sajjadi
    Posted at 02:14h, 25 November

    I learned english by just trying to talk to people

  • Quasi FYI Quasi Plan
    Posted at 04:48h, 25 November

    These are really good advice. They seem like common sense, but they really not. I watched coding videos as if I were watching cooking videos. I always look for–what are my tools, what are my ingredients and what are the steps I need to take to get the desire result. I always divide them in sets. A set of videos are about the tools–where to find them, how to set them up.. The other set of videos are about the ingredients (or data)–again, where to find them, how to access them and how to organize them. And the last set of videos are about the steps to take–how to set the file (py, pl, html..), what functions to use and how, what control structure to use and how and then what goes first, second…. That's how I usually learn coding. It works for me. But it is true that explaining to others really makes you ask questions that usually do not come from the videos. Categorizing information is like making an outline, which is really helpful for making sense of the information. And to practice everyday is a must. But I don't think to practice is about making sure that you become proficient in the language you are learning. Because you cannot learn all the parts of the language. I feel like to practice is more about refining the techniques to solve problems using a particular language. It's like learning how to cook a chocolate cake, the more you practice, the better you are at making cakes in general, not just the chocolate cake. Awesome video. Looking forward to more videos from Caleb Curry.

  • Alexandr Kostik
    Posted at 14:40h, 25 November

    Thanks a lot

  • Jeremy Leik
    Posted at 16:41h, 25 November

    Great tips.

  • Robert Lopez
    Posted at 18:07h, 25 November

    Great advice. I use most of those techniques now. When I listen to an audio book, podcast or video, I usually have a small recorder with me. I make audio notes then type them into a spreadsheet that is organized by subject matter. As time goes on I update the information. What I am lacking is putting the information into use and practicing. Thanks for your video.