Richard Sparks on The Importance of Exaggeration

RICHARD SPARKS: The Importance of Exaggeration. “In teaching a new concept to your choir (let’s say the difference between bright and dark sound), an exaggerated example will make the concept clearer—not intellectually, but in concrete terms—faster than anything else.”

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