How to learn anything fast and master it

The formula of how to learn anything fast and master it

Achieving mastery in any skill or subject can take an enormous amount of time and effort, but there are techniques you can employ to learn faster and achieve mastery in less time than you might expect. In this article, I will explore why you should learn how to learn anything fast and master it, formulas to learn and master anything, and more. So stay with me.

Why is it important to master something?

Before I state the formula of learning fast and mastering anything, let me state the benefits. If you learn something fast, it will go a long way to shorten the time you would have taken to complete the task, thereby giving you more time to do other important things. 

It is a massive life-changing opportunity to learn fast and master something because you can grow your career, gain a competitive edge and reap some serious financial rewards from learning how to master something. Even if you don’t think you need or want that right now, consider how much your life could change with even one extra hour per day. 

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The formula on how to learn anything fast and master it

The formula for learning fast is LRIS, an acronym that stands for Learn, Reflect, Implement and Share. So let’s take it one after another;


The first thing to do is to learn while learning ensures to give 100% attention because the quality of the input determines your output. It determines the quality of retention and how well and how long you can remember the information. So when learning, do not multitask, avoid distractions, don’t keep your phone nearby. Imagine while you are learning, while you are reading, while you are understanding, and when your phone message goes off, there is a new message notification. What will you do? Of course, you attend to it; when you do that, what just happened is that you killed the momentum, you messed up with the quality of input.

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Nowadays, people rush to learn new things, which is not a bad idea, but the problem is that they don’t find time to reflect. What I mean here is that after you learn something, you take a break and ask yourself, what is the takeaway from this thing? And how can I use this information in my life? How can I use this information in my work? How can I use this information in my family? When you pause to ask yourself these questions, that is when learning solidifies; otherwise, it is all just wasted.


This stage is where the magic happens, and unfortunately, many people miss out on this. What they do is learn new things, get excited, feel good, feel inspired, and keep learning new things. If you get into the habit of learning without implementation, what you get is the illusion of competence. You feel you have learned it and are competent, but it is not competent because you have not implemented what you know. So my suggestion is if you are learning something, write down a few things that you can take action on and schedule it in your calendar and take some action.

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The best way to learn something is to teach it. When you learn something, output it. Please share it with other people, discuss it with people. When you share what you learned with other people, you are helping your brain pay more attention, and then you will be on your path to mastery.

So I have not seen anyone that became a master at something just by doing the input(learning); they became master at something by doing more of the output. So I have a question for you when you learn something new, how much time do you spend learning? And how much do you spend on reflecting, implementing, and sharing? You need to spend as much as times two of the time you spent on learning by reflecting, implementing, and sharing.

Frequent Ask Question

What is the fastest way to learn anything?

The quickest approach to learn anything is to study it for a long period of time while avoiding distraction and multitasking. Abandoning it and returning to ponder on it to see how you might incorporate what you’ve just learned into your regular life. Finally, sharing what you’ve learned with others will help it stick.

How do I master everything I learn?

To master everything you learn, you must put it into practice as often as possible and educate others about it.


Your learning ability decides your earning capacity. There is also a reason you will stand out from everyone; if you learn faster, you can go from being underpaid to overpaying and have an unfair advantage over others. So, learn, reflect, implement and share.


This post was inspired by Nishant Kasibhatla’s video on; mastery – how to learn anything fast on youtube.

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