In 2012, Scott Young took upon him the challenge to complete the four year computer science curriculum of MIT and pass the exams without attending the classes. It was literally a moonshot for two reasons. First, Scott had a degree in business and no prior knowledge of computers. Second, he was planning to finish the challenge in under one year.
He did it. And that started him on the path to mastering several other hard skills like learning to speak four different languages (fluently) in one year and learning to draw like a professional in 30 days.
How does he do it — mastering hard skills in a shockingly short amount of time?
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