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3 Properties of Benefits (1 out of 2) August 9, 2009

Posted by iambinary in learning.
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a benefit has to have at least one, if not all, of these:

  1. be unique (cannot be gained in equal proportion elsewhere from doing other things)
  2. have real impact (with observable and probable results)
  3. solves a problem (or realistic, potential future problems)

otherwise, it’s not a benefit. a benefit needs to be fairly complemented by costs if any publishing source likes to become a respectable one: audio.tutsplus.com/articles/general/the-benefits-of-learning-to-play-music/

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