Peter Hollins

Learn Like a Polymath

Polymathy is the modern currency. Generate unique solutions and perspectives that only a dedicated self-learner can.

A jack of all trades is not actually a bad thing. It’s the best way to future-proof yourself and make yourself irreplaceable in any social or professional setting. It’s time to think like a polymath.

Learn to absorb information like a sponge and foster connections that translate to real-life problem solving.

Think Like a Polymath provides a clear path forward to becoming the jack of all trades that thrives in any situation. There are many myths about polymaths, and they are all dispelled and more in this book. Make sure you are spending your efforts in the best way, and that you are truly headed towards the goal you want.

Unlock the “secrets” of famous polymaths that you too can utilize.

Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.

Become a bonafide “Renaissance Person” and reap the rewards in your career.

•Learn about cross pollination and how to use it to skyrocket your comprehension.
Understand the surprising traits of most polymaths, famous or not.
•What analogy thinking is and why it will unlock your thinking.
The elusive concept of learning transfer and how most people approach it wrong.
•The most efficient and effective plan to gain polymathy.
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    At dawn, when you have trouble getting out of bed, tell yourself: ‘I have to go to work—as a human being. What do I have to complain of, if I’m going to do what I was born for—the things I was brought into the world to do? Or is this what I was created for? To huddle under the blankets and stay warm?’

    ‘But it’s nicer here…’

    So you were born to feel ‘nice’? Instead of doing things and experiencing them? Don’t you see the plants, the birds, the ants and spiders and bees going about their individual tasks, putting the world in order, as best they can? And you’re not willing to do your job as a human being? Why aren’t you running to do what your nature demands?

    ‘—But we have to sleep sometime…’

    Agreed. But nature set a limit on that—as it did on eating and drinking. And you’re over the limit. You’ve had more than enough of that. But not of working. There you’re still below your quota. You don’t love yourself enough. Or you’d love your nature too, and what it demands of you. People who love what they do wear themselves down doing it, they even forget to wash or eat.”
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