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If you understand the big picture ideas, you’ll have a higher chance of getting what you want in life. At Big Skill, we study those ideas.

At the root of everything is an idea. At Big Skill you’ll learn these ideas, mix them with others, and put them together in new ways. In the process, they’ll give you tools to live a better life.

Big Skill focuses on learning the basics in multiple disciplines. Like building blocks, you’ll lay one piece on top of another.

Big Skill uses multiple sources, takes them apart, figures out the best ways to apply them, and shares them with you. Imagine the opportunities you’ll create, the changes that’ll occur, and the added value you’ll provide.

If you understand the big picture ideas, you’ll have a higher chance of getting what you want in life. At Big Skill, we study those ideas.

At the root of everything is an idea. At Big Skill you’ll learn these ideas, mix them with others, and put them together in new ways. In the process, they’ll give you tools to live a better life.

Big Skill focuses on learning the basics in multiple disciplines. Like building blocks, you’ll lay one piece on top of another.

Big Skill uses multiple sources, takes them apart, figures out the best ways to apply them, and shares them with you. Imagine the opportunities you’ll create, the changes that’ll occur, and the added value you’ll provide.

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What People Are Saying About Big Skill:

Big Skill is just getting started. The foundations are being laid right now so you’ll find areas that are still ‘under construction’ or ‘coming soon.’ But so far, this is what people in the community have said about the books and content.

David K
David K
Encourage your teens and young adults to use this book as guide to life’s choices!

I found this book very motivational for anyone who is looking for a change in their life. Many years of life experiences can teach you direction and this book can help you get a better start before years pass you by! I would recommend parents read this book and pass it on to their teenagers before they leave the nest!Highly recommend for getting a jump start on life.
Julian P
Julian P
Highly recommend it!!!

I have enjoyed reading this book. The author has given us easy to understand life messages, and, as said in his own words he guides us through with questions and proposals in his journey. I truly feel this is a great approach to start moving forward in life. I definitely will put in practice the author's recommendations and will also share my hard copy with friends and family.
Ellen G
Ellen G
Greatly enjoyed the various perspectives shared for viewing challenges.The most useful section in my opinion discusses 'Context'. The ideas on longer term thinking, zooming in, zooming out and breadth and depth are of great use when facing problems. They allow you to look at a situation from a variety of angles and better understand what's going on. The part on reframing has become an invaluable part of my everyday thought process as I encounter difficulties. An excellent read with solid research that I will certainly be coming back to often.

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Creativity- A simple change to multiply it

Ever felt that you didn’t have the necessary tools to solve a problem or come up with a new idea? Maybe you thought you didn’t have the right information or you were missing something that was necessary to move forward. Perhaps you thought you weren’t creative enough....

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The benefits of stress

The benefits of stress don't receive much attention. Maybe it's our desire to move away from pain and towards pleasure.  Stressful situations will build your stress tolerance. In, Antifragile,* Nassim Nicholas Taleb says the opposite of fragile, is...

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Why Being Wrong is Good

You are partly wrong. You are partly right. Context influences your perspective and that of others. By listening to many points of view, you stand to gain a deeper understanding. Humans have a tendency to pay attention to ideas that support what they...

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Making decisions

"It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong." -Thomas Sowell   What you want is waiting for you. You have to decide to go and get it....

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Pain and joy

All the pain, the sorrow, and the discomfort we feel, makes us stronger. This is difficult to accept whenever we go through difficult situations. Often, we get stuck and see no way of getting out. We go around in circles, deceiving ourselves into thinking...

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Curiosity Matters and here’s why

"The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing."    -Albert Einstein   Our desire to know makes us curious and this leads us to ask questions, look for answers, and move forward. Questions create more...

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