The Dunning-Kruger Effect, Child Music Education and Some Random, Fun Tidbits

The Dunning-Kruger Effect, Child Music Education and Some Random, Fun Tidbits.

  1. The Dunning-Kruger effect

    The Dunning-Kruger effect, might explain why we sometimes see people on talent shows who seem to have this completely unrealistic viewpoint of how good they are. An interesting concept and an interesting read.

    The Dunning Kruger Effect.

  2. What If Every Child Had Access to Music Education From Birth?

    I love TED talks. This following one talks about the unbelievable effect music has on the development.

  3. Modeling Your Scheduling After A Brilliant Mind’s Scheduling Habits

    You know, if you’ve been following my blogs for a while, that I’m big on productivity.
    I love getting the maximum out of life.

    This means: getting the things I need to get done, done with the least amount of effort in the least amount of time, so I can get back to playing guitar and doing other fun things with my time.

    It’s always inspiring to learn from great minds, how they handled their lives.
    Here’s how Ludwig Van Beethoven and other greats scheduled their time.

    How The World’s Most Brilliant People Scheduled Their Days.

  4. Some Random Fun Innovative Instrument Ideas

    Fun String Instruments That Sounds Like A Synth.

    The Thunder Pick Up: Turning Your Guitar Into A Bass.

Conclusion

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