How To Become An Expert In Anything You Want Without Training For It

The art of learning is as much a skill as anything else. As individuals we are often unable to practice the kind of learning we desire because we simply can’t be bothered to take the necessary time to develop the skill.

In the United States, one of the fastest growing career options is simply the position of “career coach.” These positions are typically part-time salaried “personal trainers,” but also can be full-time employees of companies as diverse as Google or the New York Police Department. Often these people focus on helping clients develop their career goals, but there are few jobs available that do not require that you be an expert on some topic.

How do you become an expert, or even an expert in something? You learn, of course, but, to learn in the most efficient way, it seems you have to know where to start. So, I have come up with the following, somewhat haphazard, system for learning. It is meant as a tool for new people to get started on what they intend to be a lifelong goal. After all, these are people who are new to the world and have little interest in going “back to school.” It is also meant to keep the older, more experienced people active and involved in the new age of learning.

In order to do this, though, you must go to a lot of different places. You probably don’t ever need to go to the store or even the bookstore (although I am sure there are a few of you who have). You could learn any material you desired by simply going to various places that sell it, but why settle for just learning? If you can spend a day at the mall or at the zoo and see something that interested you on your own, it is easier to pick up knowledge for a lifetime than if you spent weeks just trying to be the best at something, even if you were, in fact, the best. So, that is a good start. But, if you want to see more, you must continue looking. I know people who have spent years simply watching what is being done, doing what they could to learn and then go out and learn. A life isn’t a series of lectures or even reading articles, it is a series of challenges. If you have a choice of two of such activities (or many, as are common in our society), chances are there are others that interest you. That doesn’t mean you need to go to a store or buy something, nor do I think one day you will stop at one thing and then go to the next. No, it is a gradual process. You will have to find something that interests you and that you want to learn to continue your journey. A good place to start would be the World Wide Web. For most people this will only mean visiting their favorite sites on the WWW, but people who are more interested in the subject of learning have had a few “gems” in mind that they seek to visit (e.g., a few of the “A-Z of Life” sites). To find the site you most desire you just type it into your “search engine” of choice (google, “life skills”, “how to become an expert in anything” or “trying to be an expert in any particular area”). It’s that easy.

The easiest way to learn anything is to ask someone who does. The best advice in the history of mankind was given to the Greeks by a person of great knowledge, Pythagoras, and was translated into the original Greek by the man who probably created Wikipedia (Stig Carlsson). Pythagoras was a Greek mathematician and philosopher who, during the Pythagorean doctrine, discovered the Pythagorean theorem for square roots.