This week Peter and Peter discuss if fluency is better than knowledge.
We learn a lot of things at school, but we often forget a lot of this information/learning because we don’t use it. How often have you had to use long division in your adult life?
When people have to deliver or provide an answer and they don’t have muscle memory/fluency, they start guessing. Then, oftentimes, the person on the receiving end takes the result as true, as they don’t have the fluency either.
So, how do we build fluency in the skills we want to get better at?