In the modern economy, there are few skills more important than the ability to learn. Around the globe, learning is highly predictive of future earnings. Companies may pay for training or reimburse educational courses, but the skill of gaining skills is rarely taught. Self-explaining is an often underestimated learning strategy, an approach revolving around asking oneself explanatory questions like "What does this mean? Why does it matter?"
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