Learning

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How do you make any line you draw look smaller? Draw a bigger one beside it.

Learn something harder than what you want to learn (In and around the same subject or context). And come back to what you want to learn – it’ll actually seem easy.

If you learn to solve a 3*3 Rubik’s Cube, a 2*2 will look much easier.

Learning

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A key aspect of learning is to repeat what you’re learning overtime.

It’s nothing different from learning to drive a car. It will then become a behaviour so automatic, you’ll be surprised.

Give it time, keep at it.

Learning

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When you’re up to learning something new, workout short spaced out sessions throughout the week. Spaced repetition builds memory.

Move through various modes and means of learning the same subject – through books by different authors , videos and articles on the same track (do not graze ofcourse). It should all point to the same learning path. You’ll then begin to appreciate the various view points presented by different sources that’ll help you understand better.