There's no secret to learning new skills efficiently and Josh is very aware of that.
In short, don't get burned like me, wait for this one to go on sale, get it at the library, or just watch his YouTube videos and read his blog.
This book provides a simple, easy-to-follow guideline that will help you be good at anything you want to learn.
Who actually has 10,000 to master something? It is much easier to find 20 hours to do something well. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Interesting subject and his arguments make sense. I am trying it nowadays, the book could be shorter though.Published 1 month ago by RODOLFO NUNEZ
Great book and the TED talk is interesting too! Really enjoy learning about new ideas and this book was awesome!Published 2 months ago by Matt
Boring but a couple of useful tips to take away. But, not worth the time and money.Published 2 months ago by Raj
This book defines a strategy to quickly develop competence in any skill. Whilst it does not guarantee nor lead to mastery, it gives you practical ideas and techniques about how to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by M.S. Motlhabi
I have to say I didn't know what I was buying when I first got this book... And that’s all my fault because the author is honest Josh Kaufman about what the book is. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jonathan
It's an interesting concept and I believe it's probably correct, though I am struggling to learn to speak Spanish and I can see already that it will take me more than 20 hours!Published 5 months ago by dr mommy
This was a book that was mostly common sense. But the kind we just take for granted. The more time you spend on something the better you get at it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Katherine Ford