Eclectic investors should absorb useful ideas of from any discipline.   In this video, Tim Ferris, shows us how he goes about learning.   He breaks down the task that he wants to learn and re-thinks the processes from the ground up.   He questions the way things are done and asks how to improve them.  Seems like eclectic learning to me.   Can you apply lessons from this video to your eclectic investment process?

 

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