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Thursday, November 17, 2005

Learning

Someone asked "How do you teach intent?"

Anything that one person can do can be modeled. Any model can be taught to others.

So the easy answer to the question is find someone who does intent well, make a model of how they do it, teach others the same model.

Of course you have to learn to make effective models of skills and behaviors. This of course can also be modeled and taught as well.

Here is a simple example of what I mean.

People who spell English well tend to use the same strategy.

They will make a picture of the whole word in their mind's eye, then have a feeling as to the word being correct or not. So the model would be a visual "lead" with a kinesthetic confirmation. When you understand this you can teach anyone to spell English well. (Even the poor folks who were initially taught to spell English by "sounding out the word").

So if one were to want to model "powerful intent" they would need to find an example of someone with this skill, then build a good model of how they do the skill, the teach themselves to do the skill in the same way.

That, in a nutshell, is how you teach intent.

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