The Master Instructor (Level Three Learning)

This is the level of the master teacher, the coach, the tutor, and the instructor. It requires more than the simple transmission of knowledge; after all, that can be done by reading a book.

How Can Mastery Be Achieved Faster?

“If we don’t have a vision of the future, we are lost in the present.” — Murray Johannsen

Skill Mapping. The Future of Career Development.  Decide what skills you need to prosper in the 21st Century

Skill-Based Learning. What You Need, When You Need It. The theory you need to know but were never taught.

The Mastery Practices. The Secrets to Lifelong Learning. The five mental skills that shorten the time from novice to mastery.

The Legacee Mastery Model

Conceptually, skill-building looks easy. A few simple blocks leading to mastery. But it’s the details that are important.

Unfortunately, few teachers show you how to master anything —they just expect you to know how to do this. And while universities teach their professors how to do research, they are less focused on teaching how to teach.

A picture of the child genius Wolfgang Mozark being tutored in music.

For someone to learn skills means that you:

  1. Present theory one can turn into a skill
  2. Provide appropriate feedback
  3. Motivate
  4. Design a practice program
  5. Evaluate the learning to make sure that it is working.

Case: The Example of the Buddha

Someone who performed all three roles well was The Buddha.

He formulated an easy-to-remember set of principles known as the Four Noble Truths and the Eight-Fold Path.

For the beginners, you could study sutra; for the advanced, tantra.

And he was skilled—he mastered the deceptively simple skill of meditation, even though it took him many years of strenuous effort. And finally, he taught for about 40 years. 

Ultimately, he generated a social movement and a method of personal development that has flourished for 2600 years.

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