Today I am going to tell you when and how I usually get the famous eureka moments. There is actually a recipe for this and it's pretty easy to do. I will tell you more about it in today's episode.
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I'm working on a new course. It’s pretty cool stuff. And, you know when you have to do a course and when you have to do a presentation and stuff like that, it's a very good exercise even for yourself. If there is some stuff that you have to present, you will be better equipped after you presented it than before.
OK, so why? When you have to voice it and you have to transcribe it into words, you have to process the information. So maybe you had the information in your head and you haven't processed yet. And then all of a sudden one day you have to actually explain it and then you have this like aha moment.
And maybe you've noticed it on this podcast as well. It happens very often that I am explaining a concept, my perspective on something. And I have these flashes. I'm like, oh, dude, you know what? The fact that I'm voicing it and I'm expressing it actually helps me understand it better and from a different angle.
So this is why I was saying this podcast here is more than just a podcast for me. It actually helps with that kind of stuff. I think I've realized a lot of things and learned a lot of things just by talking to this microphone here.
How to get those famous eureka moments
So anyway, as I was saying, I'm creating a training. And one thing with trainings is that you need to be able to explain something to someone, just know like anything. And you need to be able to structure it because it doesn't sound that complicated. Right? But when you have to structure something, it takes some practice, takes some work, because if you don't to structure it right, people are not going to understand it.
So you have to simplify stuff and you have to dissect it and give it in an order that makes sense for people and that's digestible, OK? The last thing I want is to make it impossible to digest.
OK, so the difficulty is this. There's so much information and so many things to say, how do you choose what to put in there? If my objective is to fit everything in like two hours, I have to do this selection process and understand what's important and what's not important and what delivers the best results and everything.
So just the fact of having to plan and prepare the training, I already learned stuff. And even while doing the training, well I do learn stuff.
So today I'm working on something and there was this resource that I've had for like a year and a half maybe. I hadn't actually checked from start to finish for, like the last year and a half since I got it. And I did today because I was looking for some information.
And it's pretty insane. I'm learning some stuff about the structure and what makes sense, you know, how to better present some information to the audience. Because that's the ultimate goal, to make sure that the audience understands it and gets results.
If they don’t’ get results, then what’s the point?