- Scott H Young - https://www.scotthyoung.com/blog -

Discussing Ultralearning: Some of my Favorite Podcasts, Reviews and Essays

My book, Ultralearning [1], was just released last week. I’d like to share some of my favorite podcast conversations I’ve recorded (as well as some reviews and essays).

Conversations About Ultralearning

Here are some of the conversations I recorded as part of Ultralearning. There are still more to be released, but if you’re looking to listen to some of the ideas before grabbing the book, these should help you out.

Do you have your own podcast and would like to have me as a guest? Just shoot me an email [2] and I’ll be happy to discuss it with you.

[Many of the podcasts I recorded have still yet to be released. I’ll be updating this page as they go live, with the date added, as they are uploaded.]

Book Reviews

Here are some reviews of the book:

Did you write a review for Ultralearning, but don’t see it here? Send me a link and let me know. To avoid duplication, I’m going to link only to reviews from newspapers, blogs and external publications as opposed to social media or retailer reviews, but I appreciate those as well!

My Essays

In addition to reviews and conversations with other people, I’ve also written some pieces on other websites about Ultralearning. You can check them out here:

Want to Learn to Code? Don’t Go to School [76] — I want to challenge the idea that going to university is the best path to learning to code. While four years may be best for some, an alternative path might be more effective for many.

The Nine Principles of Learning (and the Mistakes from Failing to Follow Them) [77] – A guest post I did about applying Ultralearning to learning Chinese.

Thank You!

I want to thank everyone who has gotten the book already. This book has been an obsession of mine for over three years, so I want to thank everyone who took the leap to read it.

If you have read the book, it would mean the world to me if you left a review [78]. Reading the reviews left on Amazon, Audible and elsewhere from actual readers has been one of the most rewarding parts of writing the book.

Even better, if you decide to take up the call and start your own ultralearning project, I’d love to hear about it! You can include it in your review, or send it to me directly via email [2]–if this book encouraged you to try learning something new, it will have been worth the effort.