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STUDY (Replicate the Test Conditions, the most important part of the game is your piece - do not overloud the system, create IDEeA Capture system, Get Over “I Don’t Feel Like It.”, Perfectionism is paralyzing, Organize Your Files the Right Way: folder structure // Fight Entropy, learning vs recording : better notes, Mind Mapping, Flow method - holistic learning (Scott Young), Write on the slides; SoundCloud, Brainpower balance: syntax and meaning, how offen you read something is immaterial: how you read it is crucial, Active reading -> energizing method -> imagine dialog, Read the Chapter Backwards
Pay Attention to Formatting, Active Recall-based study: Create Questions While You Read, split time between Planning mode and their Doing Mode, Plan Out Your Entire Education:!:, academic tasks vs nonacademic tasks, high thought-intensity
batch low-intensity tasks, prioritize willpower: big rocks, pebbles, sand, and water, Timeboxing, Ideas are just a multiplier of execution, • Dropbox creates a folder on each computer you’ve installed it on
• Files in this folder are synced to the cloud and kept updated on all your computers
• All your files are also available to download from your profile on the Dropbox website, and from their mobile apps, “Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.”, :star:Study time= Desired Preparedness - ( class time xlearning quality) /study efficiency :star:, APP use: Dropbox and evernote // Habitica, todoits, mindfulness - the right habits , Building up a tolerance to uncomfortable situations, :star:Motivation = (expectacy x value) / (impulsiveness x delay ):star:,
• Expectancy: Your perceived odds of being able to complete the task and get the reward. How confident are you
• Value: How valuable the task’s reward is to you. Do you really care about
• Impulsiveness: How likely you are to get sidetracked.
• Delay: The time it’ll take to achieve the task and get the reward. how long it’ll take you to do the work required or deadlines, experiencing a lack of motivation, you need to do one of three things:
• Increase your expectancy - do something that increases your confidence in being able to complete the task.
• Increase the task’s value - make the reward greater, or tweak the process of doing the work in order to make it more enjoyable.
• Decrease your impulsiveness - figure out how to avoid distractions, remain focused, and work diligently., Willpower is a limited resource, workload is almost always large, and the best way to stay on top of it, keep your stress levels low, and maximize your learning potential is to make sure you’re putting in effort every single day.
turn daily effort into a habit, and great results will follow, avoid low-density fun: like facebook, Commit to having your high-density fun. Let your high-density fun create a deadline .at 8 i ll start watching a movie, Pomodoro Technique, 15 minutes rule: try before asking for understanding, “The mark of good learning isn’t that you got it right; it’s that you can’t get it wrong.”, brain learns best when it’s forced to do things - work out hard problems, recall previous information, BRAIN DUMP, Develop a well-defined focus// develop guiding questions arond it , corson techniques : cue(question section), note taking, summery, :star:“The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.”