A self-protection advocate, author, self-defense coach and member of the Black Belt Hall of Fame, today’s guest Tim Larkin has over two decades of experience teaching clients how to protect their own safety. On today’s show, he’ll be drawing on his experience in the military to explain how starting our learning slowly will benefit us in the long run.
In today’s conversation, we talk about how starting with slow learning will lead to fast skill execution later, and why trying to rush your learning won’t help you. We’ll explain how slow is slow enough for learning, and talk about how masters in different fields used slow learning to achieve mastery. We’ll leave you with some quick tips on how you can apply slow learning to any skill you want to master.