Total immersion to accelerate learning
Find the easiest area to control the majority etc.
a/b testing, doing more of what works
making sure screenplays are available in other languages
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read “bad science’ book on split testing
single tasking, focusing, skills to enable others – which will enable these to make others easier – sequencing
Not just in languages, in anything, getting involved helps you excel quickly. Distractions have that wane and become somewhat ineffective.
INT. MONITORING ROOM – SLEEP LABS – THE WALSH INSTITUTE
The Researchers enter the room where a larger screened computer sits, before it is a mirror entering into the darkened sleep chamber. They verify the communications intercom is turned off and that all instruments are properly registering his brain activity, breathing and heartbeat.
Donald audibly falls asleep, made clear by the feed coming through the speakers and the change in his rate of breathing. In turn the Researchers view his brain’s activity through the monitor. It features a sophisticated design focusing on the brain’s activity and eye movements. There are a selection of vital signs present on the right of the screen.
There are a few reasons why I omitted these scenes. Firstly, I changed my mind about “The Walsh Institute” being a non-descript building in New York’s meatpacking district. I thought it would be more centralized and a place of reverence. I also shortly after a certain president’s successful election bid found that I loathed anything that reminded me of him.
The main reason though was that I felt the scenes were all to themselves and didn’t necessarily contribute to the storyline at hand. They explored what happened in The Walsh Institute when volunteers would participate, but that wasn’t as relevant as the experiments that were being conducted on deprivation.
“The world is moving so fast that the person who says it can’t
be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it.” Elbert Hubbard